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ANNUAL REPORT 



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ANNUAL REPORT. 



The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
The Adjutant General's Office, Boston, December 30, 1911. 

His Excellency Eugene N. Foss, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit my report upon the 
condition of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia for the 
year 1911. In taking up the duties of this office, and in 
carrying out your policy, the endeavor has been made to sub- 
stitute for the principle of setting certain standards and pun- 
ishing those who fall below them, what appears to be the 
more modern business principle of not only punishing those 
who fall below the standard, but rewarding those who have 
the ambition to raise themselves above it. In a general way, 
this may be described as the bonus system rather than the 
penalty system. 

Whether the lack of respect apparent in the youth of to- 
day, the decrease in church attendance, the desire to shirk 
jury duty and the lack of respect for laws and traditions 
arise from the same causes as the manifest unwillingness of 
the great majority of able-bodied citizens to prepare them- 
selves for the defence of the country in time of need, and 
whether these causes indicate a decadence in patriotism and 
in the sense of public duty; or whether the strenuous com- 
petition of our complex civilization forces the individual to 
place the duty of maintaining himself and his family above 
all other considerations, it is hard to say, but it is certain 
that the feeling that it is the duty of every citizen to be ready 
for war service in time of need is to-day shown more in words 
than in deeds. 

To those who have given the matter any consideration there 
is a manifest necessity for a highly trained citizen soldiery, 
composed of earnest, God-fearing men, who, while desirous 
of avoiding war, are ready and capable of bearing arms if 
called upon. 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

That such citizen soldiers, unless highly trained, are worse 
than useless is now recognized bj the best military authorities. 

That modern military training is far from being an amuse- 
ment is also being more and more realized. 

Keeping fully in mind the fact that there is no conscrip- 
tion nor compulsion which will force good men into the Volun- 
teer Militia, and that it is necessary to have some other 
inducement than that of theoretical patriotism, every effort 
has been made to make the service attractive, without de- 
creasing the efficiency. Partially following your recom- 
mendation that members of the militia should be paid 
something for their services, the Legislature enacted chapter 
794, Acts of 1911, which provides a small amount of pay 
for not over ten drills in each year. Such drills are essen- 
tially organization drills, and the pay is in the nature of a 
bounty to the members of an organization which comes up 
to a standard, which I believe is none too high. During this 
year 48 companies took advantage of this law and were paid 
$8,500 under it. 

This act is essentially for rendezvous as distinguished 
from detachment drills, and it is believed that it will even- 
tually lead to better training in team work by all organiza- 
tions. 

Armories, Drii/l Grounds, etc. 

It is believed that the mistake has been made of construct- 
ing armories which are more of the type of barracks than 
comfortable meeting and training places, and every endeavor 
has been made to render them more attractive and to allow 
greater freedom in the use thereof by members of the militia. 
The armories should be more military gymnasiums and 
clubhouses than cold and barren barracks. 

It has been assumed for some years that an armory should 
be of a certain type, comprising a drill hall, of greater or 
less size, company rooms and equipment rooms. It has not 
been sufficiently realized that the requirements for the train- 
ing of a naval brigade organization are totally different 
from those of a cavalry organization. In almost all cases 
the old type of armory, more or less suitable for an infantry 
organization, has been built. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 5 

I have recommended the construction of an addition to the 
Lawrence Armory, to be used by Battery C, Field Artillery, 
for the storage of their guns and for stabling horses, this 
addition to be several miles from the heart of the city, and to 
have enough land around it for maneuvering the battery when 
mounted. 

A similar proposition would be more suitable for other 
mounted troops than their present quarters. 

The Naval Brigade should undoubtedly be equipped, at 
least in Boston, where the battleship "Chicago " must lie, 
and where any other United States vessels must be stationed, 
with a water-front armory, easily accessible to such vessels. 
As the United States is prepared to mount in some Boston 
armory expensive dummy guns for use by the Coast Artil- 
lery Corps, I have taken up the question of the suitableness 
of the South Armory for such equipment. 

After careful consideration and consultation with the 
Chief of Coast Artillery, U.S.A., and the Division of Militia 
Affairs of the War Department, I recommend that the Coast 
Artillery Corps be taken out of the South Armory, and that 
a water-front armory be built, with ample accommodations 
for both that part of the Naval Brigade and that part of the 
Coast Artillery stationed in or near Boston. 

I also recommend that the four troops of Cavalry, Am- 
bulance Company and Field Hospital, together with Battery 
A, be concentrated in the South Armory, and that a suitable 
riding ring, with stables in connection therewith, be built at 
some convenient point in or near the Boston park system, as 
an addition to the South Armory, for use by the mounted 
troops. 

It is evident that under modern conditions, with high- 
powered rifles and field pieces, the training which even an 
infantry organization can get indoors is very much limited. 
The old parade and mass formations are things of the past, 
and for proper training, actual movements on rough country 
are absolutely necessary. 

To meet this condition I recommend that legislation be 
enacted authorizing the Armory Commissioners, or some 
other body, to lease or to acquire suitable grounds for pa- 



6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

rades, drills and target practice, and that bonds be issued 
therefor in a manner similar to what is now being done in 
the case of armories. 

It is recommended that legislation be enacted for the 
safety of the public, authorizing the Governor to close such 
highways as may be necessary during target practice and 
maneuvers. 

As proper training on varied ground requires a great 
amount of available land, not merely a parade ground, as 
at South Framingham, an endeavor has been made to utilize 
unused lands belonging to the Commonwealth but under the 
control of other departments. Some success has resulted, 
but it is believed much remains to be done in this respect. 

As tillage or even forest land is not necessary for maneu- 
vers, it is recommended that the Commonwealth lease or 
acquire suitable arid land in different locations for use of 
the militia in their training. Much of this land might 
profitably be turned over to the forestry department for 
reforestation without injuring its usefulness for military 
purposes. 

Instruction. 

As the maneuvers held in 1911 show conclusively that 
actual field work is the most valuable, and that it can be 
carried on without undue hardship on the men, I recom- 
mend that such maneuvers be continued. 

For their success, however, ample transportation is imper- 
ative, and as the use of the motor truck, which was tried out 
this summer, was not a success, although it may prove to be 
at some future time, I believe each organization should be 
fully equipped with wagon transportation. 

During the troubles in Mexico, when a, division of the 
United States Army was mobilized in Texas, the prepared- 
ness of this State was investigated, and the only deficiency 
in equipment appeared to be lack of wagon transportation. 
In other respects the entire State militia was ready to move 
within twenty-four hours. 

In carrying out the provisions of the act of Congress, ap- 
proved March 3, 1911, providing additional officers of the 
United States Armv for detail as instructors with the organ- 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 7 

ized militia of the various States, in addition to the officer 
of the Coast Artillery Corps previously detailed, Maj. Robert 
U. Patterson, Medical Corps, U. S. A., Capt. Francis C. 
Marshall, Capt. Russell P. Reeder, First Lieut. George C. 
Marshall, Jr., and First Lieut. Thomas D. Sloan have been 
assigned to Massachusetts. In addition thereto there have 
been assigned to Massachusetts two sergeants of the Coast 
Artillery Corps, three of Field Artillery, two of infantry 
and one of cavalry. 

These officers and noncommissioned officers will greatly 
assist in the work of instruction of our officers and men, but 
it will take some time to develop a system whereby results 
can be obtained with a minimum of labor for the officers, 
and enlisted men of the Volunteer Militia, who have already 
such great demands upon their time. 

As a result, it has become necessary to reorganize the 
correspondence school of instruction, which has been con- 
ducted during the last six years, known as the Service 
School, on a much broader and more comprehensive basis. 
It has also been shown that, with the Service School, inspec- 
tion reports by State inspectors and by officers of the Lmited 
States Army and the Board of Military Examiners, an offi- 
cer never knew just what his standing was to be. Conse- 
quently a board has been constituted which will endeavor 
to establish positively whether or not an officer or enlisted 
man is qualified, and for what rank. It is believed that 
this will be a guide to the electors in choosing officers by 
ballot, as they must under our Constitution. 

In such instruction it has been developed, also, that the 
training for an officer is and should be different from the 
training of a noncommissioned officer. For this and other 
reasons the practice which has prevailed to some extent of 
selecting staff officers from enlisted men who have never 
exercised command in the line is pernicious, and should be 
regulated by law. 

I recommend that no officer should be appointed on the 
staff of the Commander-in-Chief, or detailed thereto, who has 
not served at least six years with the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia, at least two of which should have been as a 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

commissioned officer; and, further, that no person should 
be appointed as a staff or departmental officer who has not 
served at least three years in the Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia, one of which should have been as a commissioned 
officer. 

Cadet Organizations. 

My attention has been called to the excellent work which 
is being done by the various cadet organizations of boys, 
and to the work of the Boy Scouts. The work of all such 
organizations is of a semi-military character, and tends to 
develop in the boy the same characteristics of discipline, 
self-reliance and patriotism which service in the National 
Guard inculcates in its members. It is believed that such 
organizations, if so directed, would be of the highest value 
in maintaining and improving the personnel of the militia. 
As a step in that direction I recommend that all such or- 
ganizations which wish to conform to the uniform, equip- 
ment and regulations to be prescribed by The Adjutant 
General be allowed, at proper times, the free use of the 
State camp ground, State armories, tentage and other mili- 
tary equipment belonging to the State, and that officers of 
the State militia be detailed to inspect and instruct such 
organizations at the expense of the State. 

In this connection, as the training now necessary for a 
good soldier is the same as the training of the good citizen, 
and it is also the very best for the brain and body of our 
young men and boys, I believe that we should co-operate 
in the training of boys in the formative period of their 
lives by assisting in such ways as outlined above, and in so 
directing such training that they will consider it an honor to 
graduate into the National Guard. 

Physical Training. 
Moreover, it is highly important that volunteer troops 
should, so far as possible, be always kept in the very best of 
physical condition, so that, in case of a sudden call, the 
length of time required for hardening should be reduced to 
the minimum. I believe that this can be done to a great ex- 
tent by encouraging an interest in athletic sports, partic- 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 9 

ularly those of a strictly military nature, such as marching, 
wall scaling, wagon loading, etc. 

The competitive march from Boston to Lowell on April 
19, of squads of 8 men, and the service shooting match from 
Cambridge to Wakefield on September 30, with squads of 17 
men, were encouraged with this idea in view. The military 
competitions which were carried out during the maneuvers 
of the mobile forces in July and later, as well as the cutter 
races and coal passing contests of the Naval Brigade, were 
in the same line. 

By offering inducements and encouraging the competi- 
tive spirit, I believe that we can accomplish results of im- 
mense value, considering the cost to the Commonwealth. I 
recommend further encouraging such competitions under 
proper supervision. 

New Laws and Orders. 

New legislation during the year has reduced the rank of 
heads of departments to conform to the custom in the United 
States Army. This is a move in the right direction. 

The number of officers in the Medical Corps has been in- 
creased, and the Commander-in-Chief has been authorized 
to increase or decrease the size of companies of the Coast 
Artillery Corps. 

Authority has been given for calling together noncommis- 
sioned officers not over six times each year, under similar 
conditions to those which apply to meetings of commissioned 
officers. 

The two engineer divisions of the Naval Brigade were 
organized into a battalion and three lieutenant commanders 
were authorized in place of two. 

Twelve additional enlisted men of the commissary and 
messmen branches were authorized for headquarters of the 
Naval Brigade, and the maximum enlisted strength of each 
engineer division was increased to 80. 

Under orders, 30 additional men were authorized to be 
mounted in the Signal Corps, and additional enlisted spe- 
cial i^ts were authorized in the Coast Artillery Corp c . 



10 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



The authorized strength of the National Guard and Naval 
Militia of Massachusetts is as follows: 531 officers; 6,803 
enlisted men; total, 7,334. 





Officers. 


Enlisted 
Men. 


Totals. 


Staff of the Commander-in-Chief (excluding details), 


6 


_ 


6 


Adjutant General's department (excluding staff of Com- 








mander-in-Chief), . . . . . ... 


3 


- 


3 


Inspector General's department, 








8 


- 


8 


Judge Advocate General's department 








3 


- 


3 


Quartermaster's department, 








6 


6 


12 


Subsistence department, 








3 


3 


6 


Pay department, .... 








11 


- 


11 


Medical department, 








45 


166 


211 


Ordnance department, 








13 


1 


14 


Corps of Engineers, . 








2 


- 


2 


Coast Artillery Corps headquarters, 








16 


45 


61 


Coast Artillery Corps band, 








- 


28 


28 


Coast Artillery Corps, 12 companies o: 


" 63+3, 






36 


756 


792 


Brigade headquarters, 2, 








6 


- 


6 


Regimental headquarters, 5, 








75 


40 


115 


Regimental bands, 5 of 28, . 








- 


140 


140 


Companies of infantry, 60 of 3+60, 








180 


3,600 


3,780 


Squadron headquarters, 








4 


1 


5 


Troops, 4 of 3+65, 








12 


260 


272 


Field Artillery headquarters, 








4 


7 


11 


Batteries, 3 of 5+133, . 








15 


399 


414 


Corps of Cadets, 2, 








32 


642 


674 


Signal Corps, .... 








4 


58 


62 


Naval Brigade, .... 








44 


627 


671 


Naval Brigade Band, . 








- 


24 


24 


Naval Bureau, .... 








3 


- 


3 


Totals, 








531 


6,803 


7,334 



This allows for a maximum strength of 6 officers on the 
staff of the Commander-in-Chief, 6,630 officers and enlisted 
men in the National Guard, 698 officers and enlisted 
men in the Naval Militia, 231 officers in the National 
Guard, and 20 officers, Naval Militia, on the retired list. 

The Massachusetts Volunteer Militia is now embraced in 
the first line of the defensive force of the nation in the 
Department of the East, now commanded by Gen. T. H. 
Bliss, Headquarters, Fort Totten, New York, and in the 
Eastern Division, 11. S. A., commanded by Gen. F. D. Grant, 
Headquarters, Governor's Island, New York harbor. All 
general orders of the War Department, as well as all circu- 
lars of the Division of Militia Affairs, are issued to the 
organized militia of Massachusetts through this office. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 11 

Equipment and Uniforms. 

The troops are thoroughly equipped for service with all 
articles except the new olive drab overcoat, Avhich may be 
provided this year from federal allotments. 

The Medical Department has been equipped with its full 
complement of ambulances and wagons for one Ambulance 
Company. 

I expect to make requisition for sufficient army wagons, as 
a charge against the State's allotment, to supply every organi- 
zation with its full complement. The Quartermaster General 
has been directed to estimate a sufficient amount in his annual 
appropriation to purchase wagons from such organizations as 
have already bought them with their own funds. 

The marching shoe adopted by the regular army is with- 
out doubt a failure. It should be replaced by some other 
shoe made on a more suitable last. 

The Signal Corps has been equipped with three wireless 
masts, and it is hoped that up-to-date reel carts will be avail- 
able this year. 

There are 34 armories of the first class now in the State, 
including those at Milford and Natick, finished during this 
year. 

No armories of the second class have been taken over, but 
extensive repairs are being made at Everett and Lowell. 
With 3 remaining third-class armories, recommended for 
construction in 1912, the armory question would be very 
nearly settled, provided the recommendations made herein 
for Boston can be carried out. The taking; over of second- 
class armories should be done with great care. 

It is believed that the janitors or armorers of armories 
should, as far as possible, be brought under the military 
service and military training, and that their duties and 
responsibilities should be increased, as should also their pay 
in accordance therewith. 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Camp Ground. 

I recommend that no further changes be made on the State 
Camp Ground, except to finish work already begun, and that 
the hill be not cut down and that the swamp be not filled in. 

More suitable fire-proof buildings should be constructed, 
however. 

Enrolled Militia. 

The enrolled militia for 1911 is 555,125, while in 1910 
it was 554,138, an increase of 987. 

The Service School, M. V. M. 

As stated, the work of the Service School has been con- 
ducted on the old lines in the main during the current year, 
up to the end of the term ending in May. In addition, how- 
ever, schools for staff officers were conducted to some extent 
in the spring by Lieutenant Marshall, and schools for the in- 
struction of field officers were conducted by Capt. Matthew 
E. Hanna, U. S. A. 

The instruction work was supplemented by the valuable 
experience gained by some 50 officers of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia who were authorized by the War Depart- 
ment to attend the United States maneuvers in Texas as 
observers during the spring. 

Twenty-six cavalry and artillery officers attended the 
schools at Fort Riley, while the Coast Artillery Corps officers 
received similar instruction at the forts in Boston harbor. 

In starting the instruction season for the terni of 1911 and 
1912, an endeavor is being made to establish a system of 
qualifications for officers of different rank. This will also 
be adapted to permit certain enlisted men to qualify as 
second lieutenants and officers to qualify for a grade higher 
than the rank which they hold. 

Tours of Duty. 
The Naval Brigade were on cruise from July 16 to July 
29, inclusive, covering fourteen days, and in order to come 
within our appropriations only 80 per cent, of each organiza- 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 13 

tion was taken. It is questionable whether or not this prac- 
tice is advisable, however. 

The Coast Artillery Corps performed their tour of duty 
at the forts in Boston harbor from July 9 to July 18, inclu- 
sive covering ten days. 

In both of these organizations the time was made longer 
than eight days, to conform to the wishes of the T^avy Depart- 
ment and War Department, respectively. 

All other organizations performed their tour of camp duty 
July 23 to July 30, as a maneuver in northeastern Massachu- 
setts. They were formed into a Provisional Division under 
the command of the Governor. This tour of duty was per- 
formed under what were as nearly service conditions as can 
be obtained in time of peace. The endeavor was made to give 
officers and men the greatest amount of practical instruction 
and experience, without subjecting them to such hardships 
as unseasoned troops ought not to be called upon to undergo. 
It was borne in mind at all times that troops composed of 
men from civil life cannot be expected to endure the physical 
hardships which the same men would readily endure after 
several months of training. 

With this end in view, the maneuver was a development of 
the minor maneuvers which have been tried out so success- 
fully in the past between battalions and regiments, and as 
every movement could be controlled from division head- 
quarters, there was very little hardship except that occasioned 
by the exceedingly heavy rainstorm near the end of the tour 
of duty. The troops showed excellent training, not only in 
the tactical movements but in the fact that there were prac- 
tically no depredations, or complaints from citizens. It is 
believed that such maneuvers are of the highest value, and 
that they can be conducted hereafter in the same manner 
with benefit to the men and without injury to the property 
or to the comfort of civilians. 

Bifle Practice. 

The returns of qualifications in rifle practice were good, 
being about the same as last year. The team which repre- 
sented the State at the National Match at Camp Perry, O., 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

was fourth, being beaten only by teams representing the 
Marine Corps, the infantry and United States Navy. Mas- 
sachusetts led all the States, and was also represented by 6 
men on the National Guard Team, which took third prize 
in the competition between the National Guard, United 
States Army, Navy and Marine Corps. 

I believe, however, that too much attention, propor- 
tionately, is being paid to the development of a few crack 
rifle shots, and recommend that for the ensuing year the 
standing of organizations be determined entirely by the gen- 
eral efficiency in rifle practice or of the members thereof, 
no consideration being given to any picked team of a few 
men. 

Work done in Archives Department. 

Indexing. — Seven volumes of letters received ; 13 vol- 
mmes of resignations of officers, Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia ; 63 volumes election returns of officers, Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia, place of abode and whose vacancy 
filled, First to Seventh Divisions ; 3 volumes detachment 
Tolls of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 1807 to 1840; 
1 volume of companies of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
1812 to 1833 ; IT volumes of rosters of officers, Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia, from 1781 to 1876 ; total names 
indexed, 144,960. 

Reading 129 volumes of the war of the rebellion, official 
records of the Union and Confederate armies, 1861-65, and 
indexing of every item that relates to Massachusetts troops, 
officers and men, and other items that may be of interest, 
historically, in the future. 

One hundred and seventy-six inquiries answered either by 
letter or endorsement. 

Six hundred and seven reports made verbally to War Rec- 
ord Bureau, The Adjutant General's Office, and to citizens 
seeking information, relating to war of the revolution, war 
of 1812-14, war with Mexico, civil and Spanish wars and 
-other matters. 

Writing and carding for ready reference the rolls of the 



1912. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



15 



Massachusetts Volunteer Militia who responded to the call 
of the Governor to suppress a threatened invasion in 1814 
during the war of 1812-14 (40,335 names). 



Adjutant General's Department. 

The work of the office has steadily progressed during the 
year, as the following tabulation will show ; but this does 
not embrace the many hours of routine work which cannot 
be enumerated therein, such as searching the records for 
military, historical and genealogical purposes, briefing, in- 
dexing and carding. 



Letters received, 

Letters written, 

Letters mailed, 

Endorsements written, 

Packages expressed, 

44 General Orders (950 each), 

229 Special Orders (8 in each), 

3 Circulars, A. G. 0. (950 each), 

Commissions engrossed, . 

Discharges of commissioned officers engrossed, 

Certificates of retirement, commissioned officers, 

Civil war testimonials engrossed, . 

Spanish war testimonials engrossed, 

Certificates of service made, civil war, . 

Certificates of service made, Spanish war, . 

Pay rolls prepared, 

State service medals, ..... 

War service clasps, 

State service bars (five years), 

Orders and circulars, W. D. (150 each) issued, 

Annual reports mailed, . 

Rosters issued, 

Circulars typed, 

Muster cards written, . 

Officers' manuals distributed, 



engrossed 



9,764 

4,126 

18,001 

4,171 

326 

41,800 

1,832 

2,850 

152 

55 

29 

72 

682 

1,575 

249 

1,084 

143 

22 

47 

25,500 

600 

1,000 

1,200 

5,700 

104 



Casualties, 1911. 

Discharges of enlisted men, other than by expiration of 
service, were as follows : — 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. . [Jan. 

By order, . . . . . . , . . . 1,826 

By promotion, ......... 54 

By enlistment in United States service, . . ... 95 

Total, .......... 1,975 

United States Allotments. 

The amounts standing to the credit of this State with 
the War Department on December 30 r 1911, is herewith sub- 
mitted : — 

Under section 1661, Revised Laws : — 
For arms, equipment and camp purposes, . . . $86,484 72 
For rifle practice, .......... 26,790 31 

Under the act of May 27, 1908 : — 

For ammunition, 13,819 52 

For supplies, 51,608 62 

$178,713 17 

Funds and Appropriations. 

The appropriations made by the Commonwealth during 
the present year, the balance remaining unexpended in 
those appropriations on December 1, and the estimated ex- 
penses for 1912 are found in the accompanying table : — 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



17 





1911. 


Balance 
remain- 
ing. 


Estimates, 1912. 


Appeopbiations fob — 


Adjutant 
General. 


Quarter- 
master 
General. 


Surgeon 
General. 


Salary, The Adjutant General, 


$3,600 


- 


$3,600 


- 


- 


Salary, Assistant Adjutant General, 


1,800 


$75 00 


1,800 


- 


- 


Salary, four clerks, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's office. 

Salary, messenger, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's office. 

Additional clerical assistance, . 


7,000 

800 

6,640 


22 23 


7,000 

800 

6,640 


- 


- 


Adjutant General's incidentals, 


6,000 


- 


6,000 


- 


- 


Compensation, officers and men, 1 


247,0002 


82,899 27 


253,000 


- 


- 


Transportation, 


25,000? 


11,700 74 


38,000 


- 


- 


Military accounts, 


6,000 


1,625 78 


6,000 


- 


- 


Rifle practice, . . 


25,500 


1,511 86 


25,500 


- 


- 


Instruction of the militia, Service 

School. 
Instruction in riding, . . . 


4,000 
6,000 


300 00 


4,000 
6,000 


— 


— 


Care of United States ships, 


11,500 


2,055 27 


15,000 


- 


- 


Allowance for officers' uniforms, 


18,000 


825 81 


18,000 


- 


- 


Allowance to headquarters and com- 
panies. 
Company armorers 


3,830 
12,500 


— 


3,830 
12,500 


- 


_ 


Repairs to clothing, .... 


13,444 


- 


13,444 


- 


- 


Allowances for responsibility and 

care of property. 
Death of or injuries to horses used 

by the militia. 
Investigation of rifle ranges, 


6,150 

2,500 

500 


300 11 
835 00 
500 00 


6,150 
2,500 


- 


- 


Preparation of records of soldiers, 

sailors, and marines, Spanish war. 
Preservation of war records, 3 


1,000 
500 


1,000 00 


1,500 


— 


; 


Maneuvers (and expenses incident 

thereto). 
Aeronautics, 


; 


- 


15,000 
5,000 


- 


- 


Military contests, .... 


- 


- 


1,000 


- 


- 


Indexing archives, 1 .... 


1,000 


- 


2,500 


- 


- 


Salary, Quartermaster General, 


1,200 


- 


- 


$1,200 


- 


Salary, clerks, Quartermaster's de- 
partment. 4 
Quartermaster's supplies, . 


7,700 
18,000 


1,535 30 


- 


7,700 
23,000 


_ 


Quartermaster's incidentals, 


6,000 


2,181 74 


- 


6,000 


- 


Care of military camp ground, . 


4,000 


507 38 


- 


4,000 


- 


Maintenance of armories, first class, 6 


95,000 


9 07 


- 


95,000 


- 


Salaries of armorers and assistants, 
first class. 


34,000 


2,132 35 


- 


45,400 


- 



1 Including $80,000 for rendezvous drills, chapter 594, Acts of 1911. 

2 Including $15,000 for maneuvers, chapter 46, Resolves of 1911. 

8 Appropriations for 1910 with unexpended balances of previous year. No appropria- 
tion for 1911. 
* Including salary of superintendent of State Arsenal. 
5 Including salary of Deputy Quartermaster General. 



18 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 





1911. 


Balance 
remain- 
ing. 


Estimates, 1912. 


Appropriations for — 


Adjutant 
General. 


Quarter- 
master 
General. 


Surgeon 
General. 


Maintenance and rentals of armories, 

second class. 
Maintenance and rentals of armories, 

third class. 
Salary, superintendent of armories, . 

Mechanics in batteries of field 

artillery. 
Watchman, State Arsenal, 

Salary, Surgeon General, . 

Medical supplies and incidentals, 

Medical examination of recruits, 


$11,750 
7,650 
1,800 
2,400 
250 
1,200 
2,500 

. 3,000 


$11,750 00 
7,650 00 

250 00 
56 


- ' 


$11,750 

7,650 

1,800 

2,400 

800 


$1,200 
2,500 
3,000 



Acknowledgments. 
To Your Excellency I tender my appreciative thanks for 
your co-operation, courtesy and advice, and to the staff and 
attaches of this office my commendation for their zeal and 
faithfulness in the conduct of the work of the office during 
the year now closing. 



Very respectfully, 



GARDNER W. PEARSON, 

The Adjutant General, Chief of Staff. 



1912.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



19 



KEPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. 



Inspector General's Department, 
Boston, December 15, 1911. 

Brig. Gen. Gardner W. Pearson, The Adjutant General, State of 

Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report on the duty performed by 
the officers of this department for the current year, in addition 
to the individual reports of each organization already submitted 
to your office. The following assignment of officers was made : — 



Coast Artillery Corps, 
Second Regiment Infantry, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
First Squadron Cavalry, . 
First Battalion Field Artillery 
First Corps Cadets, . 
Second Corps Cadets, 



Lieut. Col. James H. Smyth. 
Lieut. Col. Thomas D. Barroll. 
Col. Edw. J. Gihon, Retired. 
Lieut. Col. Harry L. Brown. 
Lieut. Col. George H. Benyon. 
Lieut. Col. Jesse F. Stevens. 
Maj. Fred R. Robinson. 
Brig. Gen. Samuel D. Parker. 
Col. Edw. H. Eldredge, Retired. 
Col. Edw. H. Eldredge, Retired. 



Coast Artillery Corps. 

The corps is in very good condition throughout. The per- 
sonnel of the regiment appears very good, officers and men dis- 
playing a commendable spirit under somewhat discouraging con- 
ditions. It cannot be denied that the failure of the United 
States to make proper provision for the complete installation of 
the equipment that has been provided for the various armories 
has been the cause, to some extent, of delinquency in the matter 
of establishing proper drill schedules and instruction for enlisted 
men. The large amount of work necessary in training to a rea- 
sonable efficiency the constantly changing elements of a volunteer 
organization can only be appreciated by those in close touch with 
the work. For the progress so far made in the corps the officers 
are entitled to great credit. The Boston companies are poorly 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

quartered. Company officers in the South Armory are quartered 
practically in the same room with the enlisted men ? with no 
privacy possible. The quarters in the South Armory are entirely 
too small for the welfare of these various companies. It is the 
opinion of the inspecting officer that the work of the corps would 
be much more uniform in character if the Coast Artillery Corps 
could be provided with a separate armory. 

All the companies seem to have made the best use possible 
under the circumstances of the position-finding equipment pro- 
vided by the general government. Considerable practice and 
instruction have been obtained and the range work of every 
company was satisfactory. The company commanders make a 
mistake in personally performing so much work which should be 
performed by the company clerks or quartermaster sergeants. 
More uniformity in keeping up the books and records of the com- 
panies should be observed. The books and papers of headquar- 
ters are in excellent condition, but those of few of the companies 
are even good. In the work of the various companies much more 
attention should be paid to the small things in the school of the 
soldier. Nearly all the inspections were marred by the action 
of enlisted men in the ranks, who moved their heads or their 
hands during the ceremonies. Comparatively few men use the 
word " Sir " in answering questions. The condition of the State 
and the United States property in the various companies was 
uniformly good. 

The artillery drills showed the familiarity of most of the offi- 
cers and a number of the enlisted men with the requirements in 
artillery posts, One marked deficiency was in the small size of 
some of the men employed in the gun detachments. If men of 
more physical weight could be obtained the work of the detach- 
ments would greatly improve. Subcaliber practice was held by 
each of the companies during the week, the companies showing 
only fair proficiency for this sort of work. The service practice 
with the 10-inch and 12-inch guns was much more satisfactory. 
Discipline was, in the main, excellent in all the companies. 
Guard duty was poorly performed; scarcely any of the sentries 
knew their duties, and salutes were badly executed, if rendered 
at all. 

The corps as a whole deserves commendation for the efficiency 
it has attained in its particular field of work. It can be stated, 
however, that it has attained artillery proficiency at the cost of 
having sacrificed practically everything else. In infantry work 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 21 

and guard duty the companies show up very poorly. There ap- 
pears to be little reason for this, as most of the time spent in the 
armory drills can be devoted to instruction in these matters. 

Second Regiment Infantry. 

The second regiment is to be commended for its successful 
tour of duty. The discipline was satisfactory, with the exception 
of the first and second nights, when there was too much noise. 
The guard duty on the whole was satisfactory. Eations were of 
good quality and sufficient in quantity, and were well cooked. 
On making camp at each site, kitchen sinks were made by each 
company, headquarters and band. All refuse was handled prop- 
erly, and the grounds about the kitchen were kept clean. On 
breaking camp, the sinks and latrines were carefully filled and 
the ground was policed. The health of the command was excel- 
lent when consideration is given to the fact that both officers and 
men were exposed to two heavy storms and were thoroughly wet 
on each occasion. It reflects credit on the officers, and particu- 
larly the medical officers, in taking care of the health of the men 
as they did, and in not permitting them to eat food other than 
the ration supplied. The administration was very good, the regi- 
mental quartermaster and commissary being especially com- 
mended by the inspecting officer for the manner in which they 
performed their respective duties under trying conditions. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. 
The inspecting officer reports that in his opinion this is the 
best tour of field duty this regiment has performed. The officers 
showed the result of the school of instruction ; they had their 
men at all times under their control in camp and on the march, 
and they showed an intelligent knowledge of what was required 
of them. Discipline at all times was excellent, particularly on 
the march and firing line; ranks were well closed up and there 
were practically no stragglers. The few who dropped to the rear 
were justified in doing so because of poor fitting shoes. In the 
various towns the police and citizens spoke in high terms of the 
excellent behavior of the regiment. The policing of camps occu- 
pied by the regiment was particularly good. Before breaking 
camp inspection was made by officers. The health of the troops 
was excellent, notwithstanding that they were exposed for many 
hours in a severe rain. The regiment reported 50 officers and 



22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

669 enlisted men, including field music. Military courtesy was 
poor, saluting being a lost art. Undue familiarity between offi- 
cers and enlisted men was noticeable. The rations issued were 
wholesome and well cooked. There was very little guard duty 
performed during the tour, and what was performed was very 
poor. This was due somewhat to the little chance for instruc- 
tions, and there were many recruits. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

The regiment performed a very creditable tour of duty, with 
the exception of laxity in military courtesy, which is apt to be 
found in a tour of this character. On the other hand, it showed 
itself particularly well trained to take the field. It is worthy 
of note that the regiment was invariably in readiness to march 
at the hour designated in orders. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. 

This regiment is in very good condition. This does not mean 
that all parts are equally strong, but the weak ones are known, 
and it is believed they will be strengthened. Military courtesy 
was poor. Guard duty was very fair, and policing and care of 
sinks were very good. The general health of the command was 
very good. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

This command is a good field organization. It can make and 
break camp quickly; it can march and keep its columns closed 
up; it can police its camp and feed its men, and its staff officers 
know their duties, yet there is a great deal to v be learned to 
make it a good military organization. Officers do not correct 
mistakes and too much is overlooked. More attention should be 
paid to educating the men not to leave the ranks for water. 
More care should be exercised on the part of the men in being 
properly clothed when leaving camp or the vicinity of their tents. 
Men were seen on the streets of the town with coats unbuttoned. 
They should have sufficient pride in their organization to look 
their best when in public. The inspecting officer reports that 
something should be done about the shoe question. After every 
march a large number of men were treated by the medical de- 
partment, and had bad cases of sore feet. During the rain of 
Friday the band disappeared, and did not return to duty until 
just after the regiment marched into camp on Saturday night. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 23 

First and Second Corps Cadets. 

The two corps, acting as a provisional regiment, performed a 
very satisfactory tour of duty. The guard duty was limited to 
the smallest possible number of posts, and all ceremony in con- 
nection with the same was omitted in accordance with general 
orders. Very little attempt was made to impart instruction, 
and errors were not corrected. Much fault was found with the 
transportation service, which undertook to transport the baggage 
and rations of an entire battalion in a single auto truck, and 
resulted, in the case of the second corps, in the loss of their 
blankets and poncho rolls for two nights. The rations were 
good and of sufficient quantity. Kitchens in the main were 
properly constructed and neatly kept. The health of the provi- 
sional regiment was in the main very good. The officers were 
enthusiastic, interested and painstaking, encouraging their men 
and setting a good example under what occasionally proved to be 
trying circumstances. They showed an intelligent understand- 
ing of the problems as they developed day by day, and carried out 
the details of the advance and rear guard and outpost work very 
well. 

First Squadron Cavalry. 

The duties performed by the squadron were very instructive. 
The squadron is noticeably deficient in transportation equip- 
ment, being obliged to depend upon furniture wagons and other 
smaller vehicles which are entirely unfit for the work demanded 
in maneuvers. The wagons were loaded too heavily, only two 
horses being allowed to a wagon. The troops were unable to carry 
any amount of forage, and had to depend upon dealers in the 
towns, which in many instances caused delays. This also applies 
to rations for the men. Delays were repeatedly experienced 
during the week in securing rations for the troops. There is 
need of instruction and practice in cases of officers and noncom- 
missioned officers in the use of cover. There were many cases 
where bodies of mounted men moved forward under strong fire 
in sight of the enemy. The selection of improper cover for 
horses was noticed when the men dismounted. Discipline was 
fair in all the troops, but there appeared a hesitation on the part 
of the men and lack of the exercise of authority by the noncom- 
missioned officers. Military courtesy was noticeably weak in 
all the troops to an extent which should not be countenanced, 
even in maneuvers. 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Battalion of Field Artilleky. 

The tour of duty of the field artillery was principally confined 
to camp duty and battery drills, owing to its being in camp at 
Boxford, with the exception of the last two days, when it was 
divided and attached to the different brigades. The batteries 
have shown an improvement over the preceding year, particularly 
in the case of Battery C. More opportunity should be given the 
battalion for target practice, which is most important for this 
branch of the service. It is recommended that the tour of duty 
of this battalion should be performed on Cape Cod, where suit- 
able range can be obtained and where the country is available 
for maneuvering across country. 

The recent maneuvers were in many ways the most successful 
tour of duty performed by the militia as a body. While there 
can be no doubt of the value of the practical experience obtained 
by such a war game, the greatest benefit is derived by the officers, 
particularly the commanding officers, quartermasters and com- 
missaries. The individual instruction and correction of mis- 
takes, so essential for a well-trained, disciplined organization, is 
necessarily lacking. To some extent this can and should be 
accomplished at the armory drills 7 but there is much that can be 
experienced only in the field, and I am of the opinion that two 
years of regimental camps of instruction, and the third year 
devoted to some such maneuvers as held this year, will tend 
towards increasing the efficiency of the militia. 

Very respectfully, 

SAMUEL D. PARKER, 

Brigadier General and Inspector General. 



1912.] , PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 25 



REPORT OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Judge Advocate General's Office, 
Boston, January 19, 1912. 

Gen. Gardner W. Pearson", The Adjutant General, Chief of Staff. 
State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the report of this depart- 
ment for the year ending December 15, 1911. 

There have been held from the time of my last report fifteen 
regimental courts-martial, and one court of inquiry in the Naval 
Brigade. 

My opinion has been given, in writing, on the several matters 
that have been referred to this department. The members of this 
department have acted as a Board on Land Damages, resulting 
from the maneuvers held in Essex County during the summer 
of 1911. 

In reviewing the work of the last year with reference to what 
is to be done in the future, I would renew my recommendation 
of last year that section 182 of chapter 604 of the Acts of 1908 
be amended so that the Commander-in-Chief only might order 
courts-martial for the trial of enlisted men in any organization 
when the organization is not on duty for which pay is allowed, 
and that the senior officer in command of a unit might order a 
court-martial for the trial of enlisted men when the organization 
is on duty for which pay is allowed. 

I also recommend that the law be changed in such a manner 
as to more clearly define the status of an officer after he is 
elected but before he has qualified and been assigned to duty. 

Very respectfully, 

WILLIAM C. EOGEES, 

Judge Advocate General. 



26 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



KEPORT OE THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL. 



Office of the Quartermaster General, 
Boston, February 1, 1912. 

Brig. Gen. Gardner W. Pearson, The Adjutant General, State 

House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to hand yon herewith my report as 
Quartermaster General, Massachusetts, for the year 191 1 ? to- 
gether with the report of Lient. Col. Edward Glines, Deputy 
Quartermaster General. 

Preparatory to the maneuvers in Essex County this summer, 
the quartermasters of all organizations were notified of their 
individual destination, and transportation requests were supplied 
them, with orders to move on orders received from The Ad- 
jutant General. 

Each organization, without any hitch, reported on time, and 
the preliminary arrangements made by the quartermasters 
showed intelligence to a degree. 

The return of the troops from Newburyport to their home 
station necessitated a very different course of action, inasmuch 
as 164 cars were needed to transport the troops, and the freight 
facilities in ISTewburyport amounted to 35 cars. The Quarter- 
master General, on short notice, immediately assembled the 
passenger agents of the Boston & Maine Eailroad, and a schedule 
was made out which was handed you. 

The operating department was unable to carry out the plans 
made by the Quartermaster General and the passenger agents of 
the Boston & Maine. Taking into consideration the limited facil- 
ities for transporting a matter of over 5,000 men from such a 
congested point, and the fact that there was less than three hours' 
delay on the whole, should prove to the Commonwealth that it is 
equally as well equipped for transportation as any other Na- 
tional Guard. 

In my report of 1910 mention is made of the work made nec- 
essary by act of Legislature, chapter 148, Resolves of 1910. I 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 27 

beg to state that the two mess halls and various buildings adja- 
cent have been removed, having been sold standing, the price 
received therefor being $2,101.83. 

I respectfully invite your attention to the expenditures of this 
department under its appropriations during the fiscal year 1911, 
appended hereto. The amount expended for care of camp 
grounds shows a total of $3,492.62, of which $2,942.54 was ex- 
pended in ploughing, grading and planting some 50 acres of 
land. There is still considerable of the swamp to be filled in, 
which will be done from time to time by the State employees. 

A motor truck, which was deemed necessary, was purchased, 
and it is sufficient to say, from the emergency work which this 
truck has done, and the saving of transportation cost, from the 
South Eramingham freight yard to the State Arsenal, on the 
large amount of material received from the government this 
year, that its purchase was wise. 

The experiment of equipping one brigade with motor trucks 
during the maneuvers, in competition with the other brigade hav- 
ing horse-drawn vehicles, has been commented upon by many 
officers, but reports of the regular army officers present have 
most weight. It is the opinion of this department that a number 
of trucks of the one-ton variety would make the cost of trans- 
portation much less than having horse-drawn vehicles, the heavy 
trucks not proving efficient in muddy roads and in a hilly coun- 
try. It was noted, however, that many of the trucks which be- 
came stalled were very much overloaded, and in some cases 
carried a ton and a half more than their guaranteed capacity. 

Much criticism was made by the owners of both horses and 
trucks as to the delay in the payment of bills rendered after the 
maneuvers, and it is earnestly requested that some arrangement 
be made in the future whereby contractors supplying the State 
with horses can receive their money immediately after maneu- 
vers. The price paid this year was $6 per pair for horses, and is 
excessive. It is known by this department that on a prompt- 
payment basis horses can be secured for $4 per pair per day, 
without driver. 

The work of this department has so increased that the quarters 
assigned, Room 108, State House, are entirely inadequate. This 
department is in need of another clerk at the State Arsenal, and 
also a stenographer and clerk in the Quartermaster General's 
office. It is respectfully requested that action be taken on this 
matter as soon as possible. 



28 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The efficient work of the Deputy Quartermaster General y Lien- 
tenant Colonel Glines, and the zeal and intelligence displayed 
by Captain Tandy, superintendent of the State Arsenal, deserve 
the highest praise. 

Very respectfully, 

WM. B. EMERY, 
Quartermaster General of Massachusetts. 

Expenditures, 1911. 

Salaries, clerks and employees : — 
Appropriation, . . . . . . . . $7,700 00 

Additional, . . . 27 75 

Total, ......... $7,727 75 

Expended, . 7,727 75 

Quartermaster's incidentals : — 

Appropriation, $6,000 00 

Expended, 3,818 26 

Balance, . . . . . . . $2,181 74 

Expenditures : — 

Labor, $1,204 65 

Travel, 35 50 

Camp expenses, . . . . . . . 36 61 

Freight, 2,102 76 

Miscellaneous, 438 74 

Total, $3,81& 26 

Quartermaster's supplies : — 
Appropriation, ........ $12,000 00 

Additional, . . . 6,000 00 

Total, $18,000 00 

Expended, 16,464 70 

* ___________ 

Balance, $1,535 30 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 29 

Expenditures : — 

General supplies, . . . . . . . $13,285 28 

Books for issue, 324 25 

Hay, grain and feed, 254 52 

Stationery, 935 43 

Postage, 232 68 

Repairs to property and uniforms, .... 1,014 77 

Heating, 200 75 

Lighting, 32 34 

Water rates, 64 47 

Miscellaneous, 120 21 

Total, $16,464 70 

Salaries of armorers of the first class : — 

Appropriation, $34,000 00 

Expended, . 31,867 65 

Balance, . $2,132 35 

Maintenance of armories of the first class : — 

Appropriation, . $95,000 00 

Expended, 94,990 93 

Balance, $9 07 

Rent and maintenance of armories of the second class : — 

Appropriation, . . $15,000 00 

Expended, 14,395 00 

Balance, . . . . . . . . $605 00 

Rent and maintenance of armories of the third class : — 

Appropriation, $10,006 41 

Expended, . 10,006 41 

Militia camp ground : — 

Appropriation, . . . . . . . . $4,000 00 

Expended, 3,492 62 

Balance, $507 38 



30 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Expenditures : — 

Grading, $2,942 54 

Repairs to buildings, 391 25 

Miscellaneous, . . . . . • • • 158 83 

Total, $3,492 62 

Mechanics, batteries of Field Artillery: — 

Appropriation, ........ $2,400 00 

Expended, . . . . . . ... 2,400 00 

Battery A, . . . . $800 00 

Battery B, . . . 800 00 

Battery C, 800 00 

$2,400 00 
Watchman for State Arsenal : — 

Appropriation, $250 00 

Expended, - 

Balance, $250 00 



Office of the Quartermaster General, 
Boston, December 15, 1911. 

Brig. Gen. Wm. B. Emery, Quartermaster General, Massachusetts. 

Sir: — I have the honor herewith to submit, for your infor- 
mation and consideration, my annual report on the 31 armories 
of the first class, which were placed in my complete charge by 
Circular No. 1, under date of December 2, 1907. 

The accompanying financial statement, herewith submitted, is 
made a part of this report, in which a detailed account of ex- 
penditures is shown under separate headings. 

I am pleased to inform you, notwithstanding the fact that 
there are now 31 armories in complete operation, as against 29 
last year, that no increase in appropriation was suggested, and 
you will observe by the financial statement above referred to that 
it has been possible to care for and maintain these 31 armories 
within the appropriation. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 31 

The above facts seem to me to require more than a passing 
observation, for, in addition to the fixed charges, there have been 
other responsibilities, not only in expenditure but in the careful 
distribution of the same. 

Early in the year, after several conferences with The Adjutant 
General, orders were issued to establish rifle ranges of the stand- 
ard gauge of 25 yards in each and every armory of the first class. 

Upon receiving the above instruction I asked to have Capt. 
Stuart W. Wise of the Ordnance Department assigned to the 
Quartermaster General's Department to supervise and superin- 
tend this work. With the assistance of Edward B. Dale, superin- 
tendent of armories, Captain Wise has installed complete ranges 
in 26 of the 31 armories of the Commonwealth, the cost of which 
has been paid from the appropriation for care and maintenance. 
The installation of ranges in the other 5 armories is now in 
process, and will be completed early in the coming year. 

The Adjutant General having issued orders that all reports 
. should be made in typewriting, I was instructed to supply each 
headquarters and each unit with a suitable machine. This de- 
partment was much perplexed as to the proper machine to be 
adopted, but finally selected the Standard Model Folding Type- 
writer, a sample of which was left in The Adjutant General's 
office for nearly two months on trial, and which met with his 
approval. 

The Standard Folding Typewriter is a very light but durable 
machine, contained in a sole leather case, and can be used either 
in the office or in the field. 

The cost of the above equipment, approximating $3,500, was 
also paid from the appropriation for care and maintenance. 

It is with a degree of personal satisfaction that I have the 
honor to report that all the armories of the first .class are in good 
condition (with the exception of the 4 which I shall mention 
later), and only in a few instances has it been necessary to make 
extensive repairs or alterations. 

It has been the policy of the Deputy Quartermaster General 
to co-operate with The Adjutant General, so far as the funds 
would allow, by complying with his verbal recommendations for 
fixtures for athletic sports and games, basket ball and bowling, 
so that the enlisted men might know that the armory was to him 
not only a rendezvous for drill, but a militarv clubhouse as well. 



32 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

At this time, and in this report, I wish to renew my recom- 
mendation, made through you to The Adjutant General, that the 
pay of the armorers be increased, and that an assistant be ap- 
pointed in all battalion armories; and to further recommend 
that the armorer be made a post quartermaster sergeant, and be 
required to wear a uniform. I also desire in this report to com- 
mend the faithful work of the armorers, who, as a rule, are high- 
class men, many of them being expert mechanics with a good 
knowledge of electricity, which enables them to perform much 
work that would otherwise be given to outside mechanics at con- 
siderable expense. The adaptability of most of the armorers to 
the emergency cases that arise, and their mechanical knowledge 
and experience, have been of great value to the Commonwealth. 

The armories situated in Everett and Lowell are now under- 
going extensive alterations by the Armory Commission, the com- 
pletion of which is expected by March 1, 1912. 

The armories at Lawrence, Plymouth, Eitchburg and Pitts- 
field will require such extensive repairs and alterations that I 
respectfully recommend an investigation by the Armory Com- 
mission, as all of these buildings will require expert examina- 
tion, and in the case of Lawrence and Fitchburg I believe it 
would be economy to replace the old armories with new ones. 

The appropriation of $95,000 for the past year has been amply 
sufficient to meet all requirements ; and notwithstanding the fact 
that the 3 new armories now under construction, — Natick, Mil- 
ford and Wakefield ? — will bring the number up to 34, I believe 
the same amount this year will be adequate ; and I so recommend 
in the estimate contained in my communication forwarded under 
date of December 1, 1911. 

In conclusion, I desire to express to you, sir, my obligation 
for your uniform courtesy to me, and for your many expressions 
of confidence and esteem. I also desire to record my apprecia- 
tion of the services of Capt. Stuart W. Wise, who has rendered 
invaluable assistance by his careful and painstaking efforts in 
the line of duty for which he is so signally qualified. 

Captain Wise has made a critical inspection of every armory 
in the Commonwealth, and has personally superintended the 
installation, construction and equipment of every rifle range, 
as well as proffering to me valuable suggestions regarding the 
up-keep of the buildings, — for which I beg to acknowledge my 
obligation. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 33 

The superintendent of armories, Edward B. Dale, has co-oper- 
ated with Captain Wise in every way, and has performed his 
other duties in the same honest, faithful manner which has char- 
acterized him since the time of his appointment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EDWARD GLINES, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Deputy Quartermaster General. 



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36 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSARY GENERAL. 



Office of the Commissaky General, 
Boston, December 15, 1911. 

Brig. Gen. Gardner W. Pearson, The Adjutant General, State 

House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit herewith the report of the 
Subsistence Department for the year ending November 30, 1911. 

In accordance with the provisions of General Orders, No. 20, 
Adjutant General's office, dated June 9, 1911, and paragraph V, 
General Orders, No. 22, Adjutant General's office, dated June 19, 
1911, the troops of the National Guard, Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia, with the exception of the Coast Artillery Corps, 
were rationed from movable stations in the field during the 
maneuvers 9 July 23 to 30, inclusive. 

The usual advertisements for supplies were published in sev- 
eral of the leading newspapers of the State from May 4 to May 8. 
Bids for these supplies, on blanks furnished by this department, 
were received and opened on May 22, and contracts awarded. 

Two original supply depots were established, one for the Blue 
Army at Billerica, under Maj. Joseph N. Willcutt, commissary, 
and one for the Red Army at West Peabody, under Maj. A. Pres- 
ton Chase, commissary. These stations were subsequently moved, 
the one for the Blue Army to Haverhill, and that for the Red 
Army to Georgetown, necessitating, in the case of the removal 
from Billerica to Haverhill, the use of a special engine; in the 
case of the removal from West Peabody to Georgetown the sub- 
sistence cars were attached to the regular freight. 

A commutation of 45 cents cash for the ration for the first 
day, July 23, was allowed. There was also a commutation al- 
lowed to the artillery, covering the time necessary to reach the 
rendezvous from the home stations. 

The total number of enlisted men rationed in kind and com- 
muted was 4,597. The total number of rations was 36,776; 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 37 

average cost of the ration, 29.88 cents. In accordance with the 
provisions of section 220, chapter 225, Acts of 1910, the differ- 
ence between 29.88 cents and 45 cents per man per day has been 
returned by the Paymaster General to the headquarters of the 
various commands. 

Two experiments were tried during these maneuvers, both of 
which are designed to simplify and improve the distribution of 
supplies in the field. 

The first was the fireless cooker, one of which was furnished to 
each of the following commands : Company H, Second Eegiment 
Infantry; Company A, Fifth Eegiment Infantry; Company C, 
Sixth Eegiment Infantry; Company F, Eighth Eegiment In- 
fantry; Company C, Ninth Eegiment Infantry; Company D, 
First Corps Cadets ; Company B, Second Corps Cadets ; Troop B, 
First Squadron Cavalry; and Battery B, First Battalion Field 
Artillery; and copies of the reports by the commanding officers 
are forwarded herewith. From these it is quite evident that the 
fireless cooker is a success, and I strongly recommend that one or 
more be furnished to every company, troop and battery. The 
thorough cooking of the food in these fireless cookers, and the 
promptness with which the men can be served with hot food 
immediately upon a halt, are matters of vital importance, par- 
ticularly on such a day as July 28, when a cold, driving rain- 
storm made it almost impossible to build fires or do any cooking 
of any account. 

Battery C, Field Artillery, successfully operated a fireless 
cooker wagon which had been built under the direction of Second 
Lieut. Thorndike D. Howe of that battery, a description of 
which I attach as a part of this report. Aside from the fact that 
the caisson was not properly balanced and somewhat difficult to 
haul, the device is a most admirable one, and with the improve- 
ment in changing the weight of the load, and some minor details 
which Lieutenant Howe will undoubtedly note and attend to 
before another year, this device could be adopted with much 
profit by the other batteries. 

As I have stated in a previous report, it is my firm conviction 
that the expense of transportation (express and freight charges, 
etc.) of the components of the ration should be borne by the 
Quartermaster General's Department, and should not be charged 
against the cost of the ration. Under the present arrangement, 
I believe that the cost (29.88 cents) this year is as low as the 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

subsistence can be furnished at its present standard of quality, 
taking into consideration the expense of handling. 

The distribution of the ration by the commissary officers dur- 
ing the maneuvers of July 23 to 30, 1911, merits the highest 
commendation. 

A^ery respectfully, 

JAS. G. WHITE, 

Commissary General. 



Company H," Second Regiment Infantry, N. G. M. V. M., 
Worcester, Mass., August 4, 1911. 

The Commissary General, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, Boston, 

Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to respectfully submit the following re- 
port of experiments, made during the recent maneuvers, with the 
fireless cooker which was issued me for this purpose. The cooker 
was received so late that it was impossible to make any tests with 
it prior to our leaving home station for camp. The results obtained, 
therefore, are exactly what can be expected of any company using 
same for the first time. 

My cook used the fireless cooker every day, commencing Monday, 
the 24th, serving the first meal at 6 o'clock on that date. Monday 
morning a roast of beef sufficiently large for the entire company 
was in the oven for one and a half hours, and was placed in the 
cooker at 6 a.m. On account of the very poor transportation fur- 
nished our brigade our baggage did not arrive at the outpost where 
I was located until about 6 p.m. Supper was served as soon as 
coffee and potatoes could be prepared, and beef in cooker was 
found smoking hot and perfectly done, in fact a trifle overdone, 
but as the majority of men prefer meat very well done it was en- 
tirely satisfactory to them. 

Tuesday, the 25th, the two half sections were used in cooker in 
place of the one large section. Beef stew was prepared in one and 
roast beef in the other. In the case of the beef stew, the meat alone 
was boiled thirty minutes, then onions were added and allowed to 
come to a boil. This was put in the cooker at 6 a.m. and served 
at 3 p.m. for dinner. This meat was better cooked than it would be 
possible to cook it over a stove, the meat having a blood-red appear- 
ance, showing that the blood was retained in the meat, yet it was 
perfectly done. The roast beef was placed in the cooker at the 
same time as the stew, and served for supper at 6 p.m. Both of 
these were smoking hot and thoroughly cooked. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 39 

Wednesday, the 26th, beans were baked, using the two half sec- 
tions. The beans were parboiled, afterward being placed in oven 
and baked two hours, then placed in cooker, where they remained 
over night, and were served in the morning for breakfast. The 
beans were particularly well baked, and those in the top section of 
the cooker were well browned. 

Thursday, the 27th, the cooker was used for roast beef, same 
being in oven one hour, placed in cooker at 6 a.m., and was perfectly 
roasted, ready to serve, at 3 p.m. You will note that I say that the 
beef was perfectly cooked, but as some of the men were in the 
habit of eating beef roasted to a crisp, we were obliged to place 
same back into the oven for them. 

Friday, the 28th, roast beef and boiled beef. Roast beef was 
cooked one and a half hours in oven, placed in cooker at 5 a.m. 
and served at 7 p.m. for supper, owing to the fact that our baggage, 
as on every other day during the week, did not reach us until that 
hour. This beef was in perfect condition to serve at noon, 12 
o'clock. The boiled beef was boiled one hour and placed in cooker 
at same time as roast beef, and served Saturday morning for 
breakfast. It was steaming hot at that time, although it had been in 
the cooker over twenty-four hours. 

Friday night, potatoes were put on stove until they came to a 
boil, and at 9 p.m. were placed in cooker. These were perfectly 
cooked and served Saturday morning. 

Potatoes were similarly cooked on Saturday. Saturday night 
one of the half sections was filled with beans after being par- 
boiled and placed in oven three hours. These were served on the 
train en route for home about 11 o'clock, for breakfast. They 
were perfectly cooked, perhaps even better than the first lot tried. 
The other half section was filled with coffee at 11 o'clock Satur- 
day night, and this was served with the beans on Sunday morning 
for breakfast. The coffee was almost too hot to drink at that 
time. 

The tireless cooker was certainly a great success, and had we 
not had it my company would certainly have suffered for rations, 
as many other companies did, on account of transportation and delay 
in delivering any of our baggage in camp. Even with this tireless 
cooker it was impossible to serve the men but two meals each day 
we were in camp. 

My only criticisms of this cooker are two. First, the shape of 
the container, which is round and is not easily packed securely on 
the load. Second, one whole and two half sections for cooking are 
furnished, while only one container was sent. This necessitates 
carrying the whole section or the two half sections in an extra box. 

I would respectfully recommend that these cookers be changed, 



40 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

using the same sized and shaped cans for the food, as the round 
shape is very much more easily cleaned, therefore more " sanitary," 
but that the container be made oblong in shape and large enough 
to hold both the whole section and two halves side by side, so that 
all three compartments can be used at once. For example, if 
cooker had been built in this style, rather than as it was furnished, 
I could have had the meat and all the vegetables and coffee cooked, 
and when the wagon drew into camp my men could have had a 
mess immediately, without waiting for tent to be put up or anything 
of that nature done. 

In my opinion any company having a cooker made as suggested, 
and a new field range such as was issued me during the maneuvers, 
is perfectly equipped for feeding the men under any and all cir- 
cumstances. 

Respectfully, 

Harry C. Young, 

Captain. 



Company A, Fifth Regiment Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
State Armory, Charlestown, Mass., August 8, 1911. 

Gen. James G. White. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that the fireless cooker issued 
to me is a valuable article for the field. 

I used it for baked beans, pot roast and beef stews, and found 
it O.K. 

Very respectfully, 

William H. Wilson, 

Captain. 



Company C, Sixth Regiment Infantry, First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Lowell, Mass., September 15, 1911. 

Commissary General, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report the following on the fireless 
cooker issued to this company. On Sunday morning corned beef, 
cabbage and potatoes were put in cooker at 7.45 A.M., and were 
served at 3 p.m., very good. The cooker was used every day there- 
after. On Thursday, we cooked codfish and cream. The truck 
was captured by the Red Army, and when it was received by us, 
on Saturday morning, the food was sour, but warm. Would recom- 
mend that we be allowed to retain the cooker issued to us. 

Respectfully, 

George W. Peterson, 

Captain. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 41 

Haverhill, Mass., August 15, 1911. 

Respectfully returned. The cooker was used with good results and 
held heat well. Care must be taken to heat all parts with boiling* 
water before filling with food. 

Ralph D. Hood, 
First Lieutenant, Company F, Eighth Infantry. 



Company C, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., 
Boston, August 2, 1911. 

Jas. G. White, Commissary General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report on your request of August 
1, concerning the fireless cooker at the maneuvers. 

I am ready to report that it was an excellent idea and it was 
just the article needed. 

Yours respectfully, 

Lieut. Wm. H. Sullivan, 

Commanding. 



Company D, First Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, August 7, 1911. 

The Commissary General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — As directed in your letter dated August 1, 1911, I have 
the honor to report results obtained with the fireless cooker used 
by Company D in the recent maneuvers, as follows : — 

The cooker was used every day during the tour, with the exception 
of the first and last days. On the first day, owing to lack of ice, 
it was successfully used as a cooler to keep drinking water for the 
men. On the last day, owing to the fact that the men were to 
have only a haversack ration, it was not used. 

Its first use was when Company D was ordered on outpost duty. 
Beef stew and boiled potatoes were prepared by the cooks and put 
in the cooker about 4 p.m. The cooker was then sent from camp at 
North Billerica by wagon to our station, some four miles distant, 
arriving about 7.30 p.m. Part of the food therein was used by 
the men, and the balance sealed up in the cooker, and at 5.30 a.m. 
next morning the balance was still quite hot and was used for break- 
fast. 

By experiment I ascertained that the actual process of cooking 
did not continue after the food had been placed in the cooker, but 
that it remained hot as long as fourteen hours, which was the 
longest time that any food was kept in the cooker. 



42 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

I had the cooks prepare a lamb stew and cook it until three- 
quarters done, when it was put into the cooker and sealed up. 
The cooker was opened about ten hours after, and I found that the 
process of cooking had not continued beyond the point where the stew 
was when placed in the cooker, but that the meat was much more 
tender and the vegetables much softer. A rather poor and tough 
piece of beef was roasted and then placed in the cooker for about 
nine hours, and upon removal was found to be noticeably improved 
in flavor and rendered remarkably tender. The cooker was used 
by the cooks principally in preparing a hot breakfast or dinner 
for the men, the food being placed in the cooker late in the even- 
ing or early in the morning, as the case might be, though on one 
occasion both breakfast and dinner were placed in the cooker at 
the same time (oatmeal for breakfast and stew for dinner), and the 
oatmeal did not seem to have absorbed any of the odors of the stew 
immediately beneath it. 

It is possible that we were unable to obtain the best results 
from the cooker for the reason that neither myself nor the cooks 
were familiar with the operation of a fireless cooker, and the cooks 
were at first somewhat prejudiced against it. 

I found that considerable time and labor were saved by using 
the cooker, inasmuch as two meals could be in preparation at the 
same time on the same fire, one to be eaten at once and the other 
to be placed in the cooker for use at some later time. 

I consider that Company D had quite an advantage over the other 
companies on account of being supplied with the cooker. 

I have found on looking up the matter of fireless cookers that 
there is one kind in which is used two plates of hot soapstone, one 
under and one over the food to be cooked. The food is only 
partially cooked and the plates heated very hot, and the whole 
sealed up and set away; the process of cooking is continued and 
completed by the hot soapstones. 

To sum up : the cooker was very satisfactory as a means of 
keeping food for a number of hours ; it saved time and labor in 
the preparation of parts of meals; it made tough meats put in it 
more tender, and was invaluable for a detachment away from camp, 
where the cooking was done at the main camp and the food sent to 
the detachment. 

Very respectfully, 

Porter B. Chase, 
Captain, Company B, First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 43 

Headquabters, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Mass., August 4, 1911. 

The Commissary General. 

Sir : — I am enclosing the report made by Capt. F. S. Perkins 
on the tireless cooker. I assigned the cooker to him for use in his 
company during the maneuvers, against his wish, as he did not be- 
lieve in it. The enclosed report is all the more interesting from that 
fact. I can say that I personally watched the results and can 
heartily agree with Captain Perkins's report. 

Very respectfully, 

Charles F. Ropes, 
Lieutenant Colonel. 



Company B, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Mass., August 3, 1911. 

Lieut. Col. Charles F. Ropes, • Commanding Second Corps Cadets, 

M. V. M. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report on the 
result of the use of the tireless cooker issued to and used by this 
company during the maneuvers, July 23-30, 1911. 

The tireless cooker issued to this company proved an unqualified 
success. By means of its use the men were able to enjoy a good 
hot meal on several occasions in a very few minutes after the arrival 
of the battalion auto truck. 

I consider this cooker, or some other similar one, an invaluable 
adjunct to the company kitchen. 

I would suggest, as the ideal equipment of tireless cookers, that 
a company should be supplied with two machines, one similar to the 
one with which we have been experimenting, and one which should 
be supplied with composition metal disks of the proper size to fit 
into the machine above and below the food receptacle; by means of 
these disks, heated prior to introduction into the machine, meat 
could be roasted and other food baked, whereas with the cooker as 
at present supplied we are limited to the preparation of food which 
is to be boiled. 

I should regret the necessity of doing a tour of field duty without 
a tireless cooker of some sort. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank S. Perkins, 
Captain, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Commanding* Company B. 



44 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Troop B, First Squadron Cavalry, M. V. M., 31 Irvington Street, 
Boston, August 4, 1911. 

Commissary General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — In reply to your letter of August 1, 1911, I have the honor 
to state that the results obtained by the use of the tireless cooker 
during the recent maneuvers were, on the whole, very satisfactory. 

The cook in Troop B had never used such an apparatus before, 
and rather tended to put obstacles in the way of its having a fair 
trial. As the days passed, however, we found increasing opportunity 
to use it, and another year it will, I am sure, be even of more value 
than it was on this occasion. 

Very respectfully, 

J. A. L. Blake, 
Captain Commanding Troop B, First 
Squadron Cavalry, M. V. M. 



Battery B, First Battalion Field Artillery, M. V. M., 
Worcester, Mass., August 5, 1911. 

Brig. Gen. James G. , White, Commissary General, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to respectfully reply to your communica- 
tion of August 1 in regard to tireless cookers, as follows : — 

For the actual cooking of different foodstuffs we found them, 
when we used them in camp, not quite as satisfactory as they seem 
to have been proved otherwise; but it may have been the inexperi- 
ence of my cooks in operating the cookers, and their lack of knowl- 
edge as to how to obtain the best results. But for keeping cooked 
food hot they were invaluable; I cannot say enough in praise of 
them for this very important part of our culinary outfit. We were 
able, with the help of the cookers, to serve a steaming hot meal at 
a very short notice. We gave the men, meats, hash, chowders, etc., 
very hot and perfectly cooked, at an instant's notice, by having the 
different foods previously cooked and placed in the tireless cookers, 
where they were kept in splendid condition until served. 

We cooked these articles of food, and others, at night, placed 
them in the cookers, and without giving them further attention were 
able to serve them steaming hot to the men the next noon. 

I have no doubt that we could have gotten even greater service 
from the cookers, but we had no directions or instructions whatever 
sent with them. But from the use we were able to derive from them 
we could give the men a hot meal at an instant's notice on a march, 
and that alone would cause it to be of inestimable value to my outfit. 

Respectfully, 

Edward W. Wheeler, 
Captain Commanding Field Battery B, M. V. M. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 45 

Battery C, First Battalion Field Artillery, State Armory, 
Lawrence, Mass., August 12, 1911. 

The Commissary General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — At the request of Lieutenant Skerritt, commissary officer, 
First Battalion Field Artillery, M. V. M., I respectfully submit 
report on the fireless cooker wagon used in experiment by Battery 
C during maneuvers, July 23 to August 1, 1911. 

Very respectfully, 

Thorndike D. Howe, 
Second Lieutenant Battery C, First Battalion, M. V. M. 



Cook Wagon with Fireless Cookers used in Experiment by 
Battery C, First Battalion, M. V. M., during the Maneu- 
vers July 23 to August 1, 1911. 

The wagon was designed to carry the entire cooking equipment, 
such as stove, Buzzacott, ice chest, cooking utensils, etc., neces- 
sary to supply a battery of 160 men with the United States field 
ration; also supplies necessary for such an organization for two 
days, ■ — the number of days a battery might well be out of touch 
with the commissary department. It was figured that in this way 
the cooking department could be handled as one unit, — moved from 
place to place more quickly and with less trouble in loading and 
unloading. 

The plan of construction was as follows : — 

Two platforms were built, the first 4 feet wide and 3 feet 6 inches 
long; the second 4 feet wide and 4 feet 3 inches long. Each plat- 
form was then mounted on springs on a pair of wheels. To the 
smaller platform was attached a pole with suitable whiffletrees, etc., 
for a four-horse hitch. To the larger platform a shorter and stouter 
pole was attached, with suitable connections for limbering this plat- 
form to the smaller platform. In short, the plan was similar to, and 
in manner of hitch as near a duplicate of, the caisson of the modern 
3-inch field gun as possible. The wheels used were similar to those 
manufactured by the Archibald Wheel Company for the present 
3-inch field gun, with the exception that they were 2 inches lower 
and the spoke ^4 inch smaller, their height being 4 feet 4 inches 
and the spoke 2 inches. The track of the wagon conformed to the 
track of the 3-inch field gun. The body of the wagon, therefore, 
consisted of two platforms, each mounted with springs on its own 
pair of wheels, connected by a trail, or short pole, which allowed a 
turn of 80 degrees. 

The platforms were loaded as follows : — 

On the front platform, 4 feet wide, 3 feet 6 inches long, the 
fireless cookers were placed. These fireless cookers were manufac- 
tured by the Caloric Company of Janesville, Wis. They differ 



46 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

from ordinary fireless cookers in that no initial heat is required 
of the food to be cooked. The food, cold and raw, fresh from the 
ice chest, may be put into the receptacle; a heated soapstone placed 
below and above it, the whole shut tightly in the insulated box and 
the cooking, goes on. For instance ; a cold piece of beef is roasted 
at a rate of twenty minutes to the pound. The secret apparently 
lies in patent measures for insulation, and the number of calories 
of heat which a soapstone will give out when heated to the proper 
temperature. The advantage is apparent. Our soapstones were 
heated in the breakfast fire, our meat for lunch put in the cooker 
cold, the hot soapstones added, the cookers put on the wagon, and 
without further trouble we had the dinner ready to serve at any 
time, and in such shape that we could transport it conveniently to 
any fresh camp site. The fireless cook stoves were in two boxes 
mounted on the limber, each box 4 feet long, 17 inches wide and 
17 inches high. Each box had three compartments, capable of 
holding 12 quarts in each compartment. Therefore, in all, our 
fireless cooker had 72-quart capacity. These fireless cook boxes 
were secured to the limber by leather straps and cleats, and were 
easily removable, leaving the platform bare. Underneath the plat- 
form, back of the axle, was a drawer or box, strong and heavily 
angle ironed. This box was 36 inches wide, 18 inches long or 
deep, and hung 12 inches .below the platform. It was designed to 
carry a force pump, 20 feet of suction hose, 10 feet of delivering 
hose, a shovel, a pick and a box for the cook's knives, skewers, 
etc. Ironed to the back of the limber platform were two iron 
racks. One held a box, which in turn held a 20-gallon coffee pot 
with an arrangement by which the faucet of the coffee tank pro- 
jected through the box. The box was stuffed and insulated with 
hay, making it a fireless cooker of the old kind, but good enough 
to keep the coffee hot for five or six hours. The other rack held 
two ordinary ash barrels, nested one within the other. These 
barrels could be used to carry a dry component, as bread or hard 
tack; or in camp, when the fireless cookers were removed from the 
limber, they could be placed and securely held by a lip device and 
straps on the center of the platform, and, in conjunction with the 
pump and hose, be convenient for drawing drinking water from a 
distance. This completed the load of the limber. The weight of 
the limber with all apparatus on, but not loaded with food or 
water, was 1,250 pounds. 

The caisson, or rear platform, was 4 feet wide, 4 feet 3 inches 
long. On the short pole between the rear and front platforms was 
a large oak water barrel with spigot attached. This was held on 
the pole by an iron framework, and was easily removable. This 
barrel was designed to carry water on the march, and on account 
of its thickness kept the water fairly cool. Right behind this bar- 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 47 

rel, but on the rear platform or caisson, was the ice chest. This was 
a double partition, well-made chest, the inside dimensions of which 
were 3 feet 6 inches by 19 inches wide by 24 inches high. The ice 
was in the bottom. The ice box itself was 3 feet 6 inches by 19 
inches by 8 inches high, containing &■/% cubic feet of ice. The food 
space contained a boned quarter of beef, one of lamb and a 15- 
pound tub of butter, with space besides. The method of keeping 
the ice on the bottom, while not ideal, proved successful during 
these maneuvers. In the right rear corner of the rear platform 
was a space made to fit the No. 1 field range just issued. This 
range contains within itself the necessary pots, pans, kettles, etc., 
issued with it. On the top of this stove was 4ashed the Buzzacot, 
forming a rack suitable for carrying a bag of potatoes, onions or 
other vegetable of issue. On the left of the stove was a large box 
designed to carry 120 loaves of bread. Underneath the platform or 
caisson were two heavily angle-ironed boxes, 36 inches wide, 18 
inches deep and 12 inches high, for carrying canned goods or dry 
component. The weight of the caisson loaded with ice chest, stove, 
boxes, etc., but the boxes themselves not loaded, was 1,500 pounds. 

The limber weighed 1,250 pounds; the caisson weighed 1,500 pounds; 
the wagon completed 2,750 pounds ready, with the exception of sup- 
plies. As a conjecture we might figure the loaded weight as fol- 
lows: — 

Pounds. 

Wagon, 2,750 

lee, . . . . . . 200 

Meat (one rear quarter), 190 

150 rations of bread, 20 ounces per ration, . . . . . 190 

Water in barrel, 150 

Coffee, 75 

Total, 3,555 

Let us call this weight 3,600 pounds loaded. The weight of the 
caisson and limber of the 3-inch field gun' loaded is 4,232 pounds ; 
to this must be added the weight of the men carried, for war strength 
at least four men. The cook's wagon was handled by four horses, 
and in our experience could travel quicker than the firing battery, 
could maneuver anywhere the battery could and carried food in such 
quantity that at no time did our organization miss a meal. The 
tireless cookers, although operated by a cook who had never seen 
one before, never failed us. 

This does not mean that the wagon was by any means without 
faults or that the tireless cookers could not be improved upon. 
To take up the improvements : — 

1. The Cooker. — The cover of one of the receptacles warped 
in such a manner as to practically ruin its insulation and nullify 



48 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

its cooking ability. This could be obviated by a strip of iron across 
the wood cover, or the use of better seasoned and heavier wood. 
The soapstones proved brittle and easily broken. These should 
be enclosed in a ring and mesh net of iron, so that a crack or 
break from the heat could not cause them to fall apart. Seventy- 
two-quart capacity was sufficient for the meat issued, and only just 
sufficient for our enlistment of 115 men. If the wagon is to be 
of use to a battery in real war, one more box of 36-quart capacity 
would be needed. This could easily be attached, adding about 125 
pounds to the weight of the limber (100 pounds for the cooker, 
25 pounds for a larger platform). 

2. The Wagon. — The weight of the load of the caisson was 
poorly distributed. Too much weight was in front, as the ice 
chest and water barrel, the heaviest baggage, were in front of the 
axle. A slightly larger platform could be built that would allow 
for the ice chest being placed right over the axle, an insulated box 
for keeping water cold, instead of the barrel, placed in front, 
and the stove and bread box moved farther back. This would 
allow a further improvement. By the use of an extension pole 
the caisson might be made into a two-horse wagon of itself, and 
the limber, with the cookers, another two-horse unit, without losing 
their present use as a four-horse limber and caisson arrangement. At 
present, if the limber alone with the dinner follows the firing bat- 
tery on to the field, the caisson is not a mobile unit. By this new 
plan it is as mobile as the limber. The weight can be decreased 
by using waterproof canvas barrels in place of the galvanized 
barrel, and space can be economized by attaching the pump, hose, 
shovel, axe, etc, to the body of the wagon. 

The cost of the original wagon was as follows : — 

Wheels and axles (given). 

Springs, poles, platforms, boxes and blacksmith work, . . $169 50 

Pump, hose, barrels, shovel, pick, straps, buckets, etc., . 25 00 

Ice chest, 30 00 

Fireless cookers, . 50 00 



$274 50 



The wheels and axles would have cost $65, making the total 
$339.50. If another 36-quart fireless cooker were added, at $25, 
the cost would have been $364.50. The wagon can be improved in 
balance, brakes attached, etc., and manufactured, at a reasonable 
profit to the wagon builder, at $350 apiece. 

Very respectfully, 

Thorndike D. Howe, 
Second Lieutenant, Battery C, First Battalion, M. V. M. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 49 



EEPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



Office of the Surgeon General, 
Boston, December 28, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, M. V. M., State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir: — I have the honor to present the following report for 
the Medical Department, M. V. M., for the year 1911: — 

The most important events of the year were the summer ma- 
neuvers and the completion of the equipment of the Ambulance 
Company. The maneuvers well illustrated various weaknesses 
of the department. The Ambulance Company, though nearly 
equipped and comparatively efficient, was handicapped by being 
divided between the two forces, making each division so small 
that they were fully occupied in doing absolutely necessary work, 
and were unable to do any drilling or field work. Next year I 
hope that the company can be sent out complete. This will make 
it possible to undertake real field study. 

As at previous maneuvers, a small field hospital had to be im- 
provised by taking as many men as possible from the regimental 
details and using spare equipment. Of course this was not a 
great success. The men were unfamiliar with their work, and in 
many cases comparatively untrained soldiers. The necessary 
work they accomplished fairly well, but there was no opportunity 
for further instruction. 

For several years past the government has been urging States 
to organize ambulance companies and field hospitals, and has 
lately authorized a reduced peace footing for the same. I re- 
spectfully urge that a permanent field hospital be at once organ- 
ized ; and that hereafter, in each regiment and separate battalion 
a squad of enlisted men of the Medical Corps be enlisted for 
service with that command, to be drilled, instructed and com- 
manded by one of the medical officers serving with that com- 
mand, who shall be specially detailed for this duty, and bonded, 
so that he may be responsible for the necessary property. 

In order to maintain the Medical Department in proper pro- 
portion with the other troops of this State, there should be 3 



50 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

field hospitals and 3 ambulance companies, but if we organize 
immediately 1 field hospital, I shall be satisfied for the present, 
although I fear the government will not be. 

Education. 

Progress has been made in the past year in the education of 
medical officers, and I propose to take still another step in ad- 
vance immediately, after consultation with an officer of the 
United States Medical Corps, detailed for the purpose. I pro- 
pose to establish, at once, a course of study for medical officers 
which will occupy four months. At the end of each month there 
will be a quiz held, followed by a written examination after the 
course is completed. In case any officer fails to pass satisfac- 
torily, his resignation should be requested. 

This year there is an opportunity for one medical officer from 
this State to attend the school for medical officers at Fort Leaven- 
worth for a period of six weeks. This is a great opportunity if a 
medical officer can be found who is competent to take the course 
to advantage, and can spare the time. In case the government 
holds a field school for medical officers for a shorter period, we 
could undoubtedly send several officers to it to advantage. 

I also recommend that the services of a noncommissioned offi- 
cer of the United States Army, Medical Department, be secured 
for the benefit of the Ambulance Company, and the field hospital 
which is about to be organized. The government stands ready 
to furnish these noncommissioned officers to this department as it 
does to others. 

Texas Maneuvers. 

During the summer the following medical officers were sent to 
the camp of the provisional division in Texas, for instruction: 
Maj. Joseph S. Hart, Maj. Prank P. Williams, Maj. Fred E. 
Jones, Capt. Edward A. Cunningham, Capt. William IN". Tenney. 
This tour of duty was of very great value. The officers returned 
enthusiastic, with new ideas and information. 

Examinations by the Surgeon General. 

State Aid. — This year 25 men have been examined for State 
aid. All were more or less disqualified for work, and were so 
reported. 

Soldiers' Homes. — Seventeen applicants for soldiers' homes 
have been examined. They were all found needing care, and were 
so recommended. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 51 



Board of Medical Officers. 

Medical Commissions. — This Board has examined during the 
past year 11 candidates for medical commissions, none of whom 
failed to pass. 

Line Officers. — The Board physically examined 133 line offi- 
cers ; of these, 5 were rejected and 3 are to reappear. 

Naval Brigade. — Eleven officers were physically examined ; 
1 was rejected. 

Very respectfully, 

CHABLES C. FOSTER, 

Surgeon Genercd. 



52 



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[Jan. 



REPORT OF THE ACTING PAYMASTER GENERAL. 



Pay Department, Boston, December 15, 1911. 

To The Adjutant General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit herewith to yon the report 
of the Pay Department of the National Guard, M. Y. M., for 
the fiscal year ending December 1, 1911. 

The same general policy has prevailed in this department dur- 
ing the past year as formerly, instructions being given to the 
several paymasters to take such action as would insure the earliest 
possible payment of all authorized funds. 

A statement of the disbursements for the fiscal year is ap- 
pended. This statement is tabulated so as to show, first, the 
amounts disbursed by each paymaster; second, the amount dis- 
bursed for each specific purpose; and third, the amount dis- 
bursed for the 1911 maneuvers. 

Very respectfully, 

CHARLES HAYDEN, 

Colonel and Assistant Paymaster General, 

Acting Paymaster General. 



Disbursements by Paymasters 

Col. Charles Hayden, . 
Capt. Horace B. Parker, 
Capt. Archibald C. Edson, 
Capt. Charles T. Dukelow, 
Capt. Colby T. Kittredge, 
Capt. James C. Barr, . 
Capt. John P. Kane, . • 
Capt. Alfred M. Blinn, 
Capt. Joseph A. Smith, 
Capt. James M. Hunnewell, 
Capt. Alfred J. Rowan, . 
Capt. Charles P. Vaughn, 



during the Fiscal Year 1911. 










$6,108 45 
27,119 70 










17,651 26 
14,632 66 










. 17,599 44 










16,712 78 










14,330 70 


y 








14,627 47 
19,508 04 










6,928 78 
346 49 










604 04 




$156,169 81 



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53 



Disbursements during the Fiscal Year 1911. 

Militia pay and allowances (sundry), .... $13,821 85 

Militia pay and allowances (maneuvers), . . . 107,215 22 

Militia transportation, 6,474 30 

Military instruction, . > 619 28 

Rifle practice, . . . . . . . . 3,414 94 

Incidentals, 25 00 

Uniforms of officers, 15,685 93 

Responsibility; care of property, 5,011 49 

Instruction in riding, 3,760 00 

Military accounts, 141 80 



$156,169 81 



Disbursements, 1911 


Maneuvers. - 


— Compensat 


ion. 




State Funds. 


United States 

Funds 
(to Officers). 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


$11,933 94 


- 


Signal Corps, . ... 










2,891 20 


$231 09 


Hospital Company Section, 










2,703 03 


368 88 


Ambulance Company Section, 










2,047 55 


- 


Second Regiment Infantry, 










10,707 80 


2,543 11 


First Brigade Headquarters, . 








* 


650 75 


898 33 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 










10,507 75 


2,638 67 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 










10,581 20 


2,638 67 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 










10,956 55 


2,504 22 


Second Brigade Headquarters, 










669 80 


838 31 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 










10,603 85 


2,484 24 


First Squadron Cavalry, . 










10,785 85 


933 81 


First Battalion Field Artillery, 










16,305 75 


1,078 25 


First Corps Cadets, .... 










3,208 60 


969 36 


Second Corps Cadets, 










2,661 60 


682 16 












$107,215 22 


$18,809 10 



54 



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[Jan. 



BEPOBT OF THE ACTING CHIEF OF ORDNANCE. 



Headquarters Ordnance Department, 
Boston, February, 1912. 



Brig. Gen. Gardner W. Pearson, Adjutant General, State House, 

Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to make my report of the work of this 
department for the year ending December 31, 1911. 



Statistics of Efficiency. 

Total strength subject to rifle practice, . 
Officers and men qualified during the year, 
Officers and men who failed to qualify, . 



5,195 

4,617 

578 



The number of unqualified officers and men for 1908, 1909, 
1910 and 1911 is given below : — 





1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


General and staff departments, 


12 


14 


13 


19 


First Brigade headquarters, 




2 


2 


2 


1 


Second Brigade headquarters, 






1 


- 


2 


3 


Coast Artillery Corps, 






62 


101 


60 


64 


Second Regiment Infantry, 






239 


229 


294 


175 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 






20 


56 


58 


41 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 






- 


10 


5 


12 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 






29 


53 


46 


67 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 






133 


152 


134 


121 


First Corps Cadets, . 






- 


- 


2 


3 


Second Corps Cadets, 






20 


30 


53 


34 


First Squadron Cavalry, . 






3 


16 


23 


20 


Signal Corps, .... 




13 


19 


22 


18 








534 


682 


714 


578 



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The following companies have qualified every officer and 
man : — 

Coast Artillery, fifth, seventh and eighth companies. 

Second Regiment Infantry, Company E. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, companies E, G, H and Q. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, companies A, B, E, F, G, H, K and M. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, companies E and K. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, companies H, K, Q and M. 

First Corps Cadets, Company D. ) 

First Squadron Cavalry, troops A and B, 25 in all. 



Number in companies in 1908, 
Number in companies in 1909, 
Number in companies in 1910, 
Number in companies in 1911, 



36 
24 
31 
25 



Figure of Merit. 





1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


Coast Artillery Corps, .... 


94.94 


95.71 


102.31 


99.61 


Second Regiment Infantry, 






63.97 


65.29 


66.42 


81.54 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 






101.28 


97.40 


103.50 


105.06 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 






129.32 


128.99 


131.52 


127.67 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 






116.82 


109.45 


117.74 


108.78 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 






76.26 


71.29 


79.93 


83.13 


First Corps Cadets, . 






146.15 


137.78 


132.98 


134.52 


Second Corps Cadets, 






106.38 


105.78 


98.15 


108.37 


First Squadron Cavalry, . 






112.32 


105.39 


110.02 


118.02 


Consolidated figure of merit, 


100.14 


97.58 


102.10 


103.43 



Pistol Qualification. 

During the year, 1,103 officers and men have qualified with the 
revolver. 

Decorations and Prizes. 

Decorations and prizes to the number of 7,248 have been issued 
during the year. Number issued in 1910 was 7,213. 



Competitions. 

N Competitions during the year were the State, the regimental 
and battalion, the winning team competitions, and the service. 



56 



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[Jan. 



The State General Rifle Competition. 
Pursuant to General Orders, Nos. 11 and 33, the State compe- 
tition was held on September 22 and 23 at the range of the Bay 
State Military Rifle Association in Reading. Weather conditions 
were good, and both the Tri-color and the Douglas matches were 
run off without interruption. 

Tri-color. 
The Tri-color was won by the Sixth Regiment Infantry. 
Scores were as follows : — 

Tri-color Match. 





200 
Yards. 


600 
Yards. 


800 
Yards. 


1,000 
Yards. 


Totals. 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


517 


541 


540 


492 


2,090 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


524 


535 


555 


476 


2,090 


Coast Artillery Corps, . 




499 


534 


534 


491 


2,058 


First Corps Cadets, 




505 


528 


501 


475 


2,009 


Second Regiment Infantry, 




505 


519 


500 


441 


1,965 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 




491 


503 


492 


421 


1,907 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 




472 


496 


482 


442 


1,892 


First Squadron Cavalry, 




482 


466 


439 


378 


1,765 


Second Corps Cadets, . 




466 


432 


442 


375 


1,685 


Naval Brigade, . . 




465 


415 


341 


199 


1,420 



Douglas Trophy Match. 

The Douglas trophy was won by the Sixth Regiment Infantry. 
Scores were as follows : — 





Rapid Fire, 
200 Yards. 


Skirmish. 


Totals. 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


488 


815 


1,343 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 






417 


713 


1,130 


Second Regiment Infantry, 






448 


603 


1,051 


First Corps Cadets, . 






434 


582 


1,016 


First Squadron Cavalry, 






375 


509 


884 


Second Corps Cadets, 






342 


470 


812 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 






354 


423 


777 


Naval Brigade, . 






380 


327 


707 


Coast Artillery Corps, 






385 


- 


- 



1912.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



57 



The records for these matches for the past four years are 
appended. 

Tri-color Match. 





1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


Totals. 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


2,077 


2,061 


2,066 


2,058 


8,262 


Second Regiment Infantry, 




2,073 


1,998 


2',036 


1,965 


8,072 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, * . 




2,133 


2,005 


2,039 


2,090 


8,267 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 




2,059 


2,026 


2,091 


2,090 


8,266 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 




2,020 


2,068 


2,030 


1,907 


8,025 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 




1,916 


1,795 


1,661 


1,892 


7,264 


First Corps Cadets, 




2,012 


1,978 


2,031 


2,009 


8,030 


Second Corps Cadets, . 




1.691 


1,651 


1,825 


1,685 


6,852 


First Squadron Cavalry, 




1,963 


1,763 


1,867 


1,765 


7,358 


Naval Brigade, 




1,828 


1,801 


1,632 


1,420 


6,681 





Douglas Trophy Match 










1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


Totals. 


Coast Artillery Corps, .... 


917 


1,280 


897 


- 


- 


Second Regiment Infantry, 






833 


1,388 


989 


1,051 


4,261 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 






972 


1,365 


1,274 


1,130 


4,741 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 






1,139 


1,429 


1,403 


1,303 


5,274 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 






917 


1,302 


1,026 


- 


- 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 






758 


1,067 


642 


777 


3,244 


First Corps Cadets, 






953 


1,281 


871 


1,016 


4,121 


Second Corps Cadets, . 






681 


1,194 


816 


812 


3,503 


First Squadron Cavalry, 






731 


1,227 


934 


884 


3,776 


Naval Brigade, . . • 


• 


734 


1,089 


808 


707 


3,338 



Winning Team Competition. 

This competition was held on October 12, 1911, and was won 
by Company A, Sixth Eegiment Infantry. 

In conformity with the conditions of the regimental and bat- 
talion competitions, shooting at 600 yards was substituted for the 
300-yard stage of former years, and it is thought that this change 
was a good one. The scores follow : — 



58 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Winning Team^ 


Match, October 12. 








200 
Yards. 


500 
Yards. 


600 
Yards. 


Totals. 


Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Company B, Second Regiment Infantry, 
Company H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Fourth Company, Coast Artillery Corps, 
Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Company A, First Corps Cadets, 
Company B, Second Corps Cadets, 
Troop B, First Squadron Cavalry, 
Company Q, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 




212 
191 
189 
192 
1S5 
185 
182 
175 
171 


235 
223 

216 
213 
215 
209 
199 
195 
158 


226 
212 
213 
207 
209 
196 
190 
177 
143 


673 
626 
618 
612 
609 
590 
571 
547 
472 



Regimental and Battalion Competitions. 

In these competitions as mentioned above shooting prone at 
600 yards was substituted for sitting at 300 yards. In other re- 
spects there were no changes. The company teams consisted of 
10 men each, shooting five shots for record at each range, viz. : 
200, 500. and 600 yards, the possible score being 750 points. A 
list of the winning teams, with scores, is appended : — 

Coast Artillery Corps. — September 15. Winning team, Fourth 
Company of New Bedford; score, 618. 

Second Regiment Infantry. — September 30. Winning team, Com- 
pany B of Springfield ; no report. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — September 13. Winning team, Com- 
pany F of Waltham; score, 590. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — October 2. Winning team, Company 
A of Wakefield; score, 649. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — September 27. Winning team, Com- 
pany H of Salem; score, 619. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — September 19. Winning team, Com- 
pany Q of Natick; score, 568. 

First Corps Cadets. — September 9. Winning team, Company A 
of Boston; score, 629. 

Second Corps Cadets. — September 26. Winning team, Company 
B of Salem; score, 558. 

First Squadron Cavalry. — October 4. Winning team, Troop B of 
Boston; score, 591. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 59 

State Rifle Team. 
In conformity with General Orders, No. 13, Adjutant General's 
office, 1911, the work of training a rifle team to represent Massa- 
chusetts in the competition of the New England Military Rifle 
Association, and in the National matches, was begun on May 6, 
1911, and closely followed the method of the previous year. 

New England Competition. 

Under General Orders, No. 23, Adjutant General's office, c. s., 
the following men were named to represent the State in the New 
England competition at Reading, July 6 and 7, 1911 : — 

State Team, New England Competition. 

Team captain, Col. Joshua D. Upton, Acting Chief of Ordnance. 

Adjutant, Capt. Stuart M. Wise, Ordnance Department. 

First Lieut. Maurice W. Parker, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Second Lieut. George Faber, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Maj. (S. G.) William D. Huddleson, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Battalion Sergt. Maj. Charles J. VanAmburgh, Second Regiment 
Infantry. 

Color Sergt. George M. Jefts^ Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Color Sergt. William H. McCarthy, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

Color Sergt. Sanford P. Leary, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Q. M. Sergt. Louis P. Castoldini, Company K, Second Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Q. M. Sergt. James H. Keough, Company A, Sixth Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Sergt. Fred K. Daniels, Company B, Second Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Frank H. Kean, Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Perry S. Schofleld, Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Rudolph J. Thanisch, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Sergt. Kingsley A. Burnham, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Corp. Cedric B. Long, Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. Peter J. Dolfin, Company B, Second Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. Elliott C. Lincoln, Company K, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. George W. Reid, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. J. Emerson Williams, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Maine, Rhode Island and Massachusetts were the contestants 
in the New England match. Massachusetts won first place in 
decisive manner. 



60 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The All America match, in which the conditions were the same 
as those of the National match, open to any team from the organ- 
ized militia of the United States or any branch of the regular 
service of the United States, proved to be an interesting contest. 
Two teams each were entered by the navy and the United States 
Marine Corps, one from Massachusetts, one from Rhode Island 
and one from Maine. First place was won by the first navy team, 
and Massachusetts took second in creditable style. 

National Competition. 

The team selected to represent the State at the National match 
at Camp Perry, 0., was set forth in General Orders No. 28, Adju- 
tant General's office, c. s., issued August 4, 1911, and was as 
follows : — 

State Rifle Team, National Match. 

Team captain, Col. Joshua D. Upton, Acting Chief of Ordnance. 
Adjutant, Capt. Stuart W. Wise, Ordnance Department. 
Coach, First Lieut. Maurice W. Parker, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 
Surgeon, Maj. Joseph S. Hart, Medical Corps. 

Quartermaster Sergeant, Sergt. Benjamin L. Knapp, First Corps 
Cadets. 

Firing Members and Alternates. 

Second Lieut. George Faber, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Maj. William D. Huddleson, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Battalion Sergt. Maj. Charles J. VanAmburgh, Second Regiment 
Infantry. 

Color Sergt. George M. Jefts, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Color Sergt. William H. McCarthy, Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

Color Sergt. Sanford P. Leary, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Q. M. Sergt. Louis P. Castoldini, Company K, Second Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Q. M. Sergt. James H. Keough, Company A, Sixth Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Sergt. Fred R. Daniels, Company B, Second Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Frank H. Kean, Company G, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Perry S. Schofield, Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. Rudolph J. Thanisch, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Sergt. Kingsley A. Burnham, Coast Artillery Corps. 

Corp. Cedric B. Long, Company E, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. Peter J. Dolfin, Company B, Second Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. Elliott C. Lincoln, Company K, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. George H. Reid, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Priv. John E. Williams, Company F, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 






1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. Gl 

The team left Boston on August 5, and arrived at Camp Perry 
on the following day. Camp had already been established by 
Quartermaster Sergeant Knapp, First Corps Cadets, who 
throughout the tour successfully duplicated the excellent arrange- 
ments of the previous year for the care of the team. The im- 
portance of conducting our own mess is reiterated. By doing so 
it is possible, with the aid o'f an ever-watchful surgeon, to reduce 
sickness to a negligible quantity. Thanks are here due to both 
the surgeon, Maj. Joseph S. Hart, and Q. M. Sergt. Benjamin L. 
Knapp, for the generally excellent health of the members of the 
team during the twenty-seven days' tour of duty. 

The National match, was shot on August 28 and 29. The 
Massachusetts team, made up, as it was, of a personnel never 
before surpassed, if indeed equalled, on a State team, and hard- 
ened to the test by long patient practice and by many previous 
competitions, steadily maintained a position with the leaders. 
The scores of the four leading teams given below show how per- 
sistently Massachusetts held to a position within striking dis- 
tance of the coveted prize. At the close of the slow and rapid- 
fire stages Massachusetts was in second place. Only the skirmish 
run remained, but that event resulted in a somewhat lower score 
for our team than had been expected, while the marine team, by 
a very high skirmish, passed decisively from fourth into first 
place, winning the match. Massachusetts had to be content with 
fourth place, and the additional distinction of regaining her place 
as first of all State teams. 

United States Marine Corps, .... . . . 3,180 

United States Infantry, 3,118 

United States Navy, . . . 3,113 

Massachusetts, 3,101 

This year a new match had been arranged to follow the Na- 
tional team match, open to teams of 20 men from the Navy, 20 
from the Marine Corps, 20 from the army and cavalry, and 20 
chosen from the national guard. 

On the completion of the National match a meeting of the 
representatives of the national guard was held to organize the 
national guard team for this match, and the leadership of the 
all national guard team was given to the captain of the Massa- 
chusetts team. This was done in recognition of Massachusetts 
pre-eminence among the States in the National match. 



62 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



The team chosen for this match to represent the national guard 
of the United States contained the names of five , Massachusetts 
men, viz. : — 

Battalion Sergt. Maj. Charles J. VanAmburgh. 
Color Sergt. George M. Jefts. 
Sergt. Frank H. Kean. 
Corp. Cedrie B. Long. 
Sergt. Perry S. Sehofield. 

The match was shot on the following day and was won by the 
United States Navy, the national guard team taking second. The 
work of the Massachusetts men was entirely creditable. 

.Again it is the duty of the Acting Chief of Ordnance to give 
unstinted praise to every member of the team for the loyal spirit 
shown in their work from the beginning of practice until the end 
of the season. It is a profound satisfaction to have been con- 
nected with such a team. 



Returns of Regimental and Battalion Competition. 




Date of 
Com- 
petition. 


Date of 

Receipt of 

Shot-for-Shot 

Report. 


Date of 
Receipt of 
Written Re- 
port. 


Coast Artillery Corps, . . . . 


Sept. 15. 


Sept. 21. 


Sept. 21. 


Second Regiment Infantry, 










Sept. 30. 


No report. 


No report. 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 










Sept. 13. 


Sept. 23. 


Sept. 23. 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 










Oct. 2. 


March, 1912. 


No report. 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 










Sept. 27. 


Mar. 2, 1912. 


Mar. 2, 1912.1 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, 










Sept. 19. 


Feb. 1, 1912. 


Feb. 1, 1912.1 


First Corps Cadets, . 










Sept. 9. 


Sept. 15. 


Oct. 11. 


Second Corps Cadets, 










Sept. 26. 


Jan. 6, 1912. 


Jan. 6, 1912. 


First Squadron Cavalry, . 










Oct. 4. 


Oct. 10. 


Oct. 10. 



1 Report signed by ordnance officer detailed for duty with organization, and not by com- 
manding officer, as laid down in General Orders. 



In closing this report I cannot refrain from expressing my 
keen appreciation of the great interest you have shown in the 
work of this department, and I extend to you my grateful thanks 
for much wise counsel in the various undertakings of the year. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 63 



Recommendations. 

The following recommendations are respectfully made : — 

1. That the State, as soon as practical, assume responsibility 
for the creation and maintenance of a suitable system of ranges 
for the use of the State troops. 

2. That the various companies of the State troops be at once 
equipped with single shot, 22 caliber rifles, for use in indoor 
qualifications. 

Very respectfully, 

JOSHUA D. UPTON, 

Acting Chief of Ordnance. 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MILITARY EXAMINERS. 



Boston, Doc. 27, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the annual report of the 
Board of Military Examiners for 1911. 

The Board held 18 meetings. Of the 145 officers ordered be- 
fore the Board for examination, 129 passed, 4 were rejected by 
the Board, 7 were rejected by the Medical Board, 1 was declared 
illegally elected, 4 were ordered to appear at a later date. 

Very respectfully, 

E. LEEOY SWEETSEE, 

Colonel, Commanding Eighth Regiment infantry, for the President. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 65 



REPORT OF THE STATE ARMORY COMMISSION. 



Cambridge, Mass., January 4, 1912. 

To His Excellency Eugene N. Foss, Governor of the Commonwealth 

of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the report of the Armory 
Commission for the calendar year 1911. 

There were (new) one-company armories constructed at Na- 
tick and Milford, which will be completed and dedicated in Feb- 
ruary, 1912. 

Under chapter 151 of the Eesolves of 1911 the Legislature 
authorized the Armory Commission to build and equip an armory 
at Wakefield, at an exp.ense of $55,000. Competitive bids were 
received and the contract awarded to the Whiton & Haynes Com- 
pany of Boston, on December 11, 1911. 

In November an appropriation of $10,000 was made for altera- 
tions and repairs to the Lowell Armory; and $12,000 for altera- 
tions and repairs to the Everett Armory. Competitive bids were 
received and the contracts for the work awarded. 

Under chapter 73 of the Eesolves of 1911 the commissioners 
were authorized to receive bids for the purchase of the land and 
buildings comprising the Lawrence Armory. Notwithstanding 
thorough advertising, no bids were received, and in December an 
appropriation of $35,000 was made for the purpose of purchasing 
a lot of land containing at least 4 acres, and the erection thereon 
of buildings for the use of the battery stationed at Lawrence. 

» 

Eespectfully, 

GEO. HOWLAND COX, 

Acting Secretary. 



66 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



List of the First-class Armories now owned by the Common/wealth. 



Armories. 



Com- 
pleted. 



Area 
of Drill 

Shed 
(Feet). 



Appro- 
priation. 



Attleborough, 

Boston, South Armory, 

Boston, East Armory, 

Brockton, 

Cambridge, . 

Charlestown, 

Chelsea (burned), 

Chelsea, 

Everett (purchased), 

Everett (alterations), 

Fall River, . 

Fitchburg, . 

Framingham, 

Gloucester, . 

Greenfield, . 

Haverhill, 

Hingham, 

Holyoke, 

Hudson, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence (battery), 

Lowell, . 

Lowell (alterations), 

Lynn, . 

Maiden, 

Marlborough, 

Milford, 

Natick, 

Newton, 

New Bedford, 

Pittsfield, . 

Plymouth (purchased) 

Salem, . 

Somerville, . 

Springfield, . 

Springfield (boathouse) 

Wakefield, . 

Waltham, 

Worcester, 

Worcester (alterations), 

Worcester (alterations), 



1910 
1889 
1889 
1906 
$903 
1908 
1907 
1909 
1910 

1895 
1891 
1908 
1906 
1910 
1906 
1910 
1906 
1910 
1893 

1891 

1893 
1908 
1906 
1912 
1912 
1910 
1903 
1908 
1910 
1908 
1903 
1895 
1905 

1908 
1891 
1908 
1910 



80 x 


120 


130 x 


298 


130 x 


298 


80 x 


125 


100 x 


200 


90 x 


180 


81 x 


125 


81 x 


125 


75 x 


146 


58 x 


100 


75 x 


108 


92 x 


135 


80 x 


120 


80 x 


120 


80 x 


120 


75 x 


110 


80 x 


120 


68 x 


125 


61 x 


150 


61 x 


150 


68 x 


125 


90 x 


130 


60 x 


90 


80 x 


120 


80 x 


120 


80 x 


120 


75 x 


182 


84 x 


110 


86 x 


176 


60 x 


90 


75 x 


146 


76 x 


110 


60 x 


90 


73 x 


160 


73 x 


160 


73 x 


160 



$52,000 



33,000 

179,000 

200,000 
64,000 
49,000 
41,000 
12,000 

168,000 
60,000 
45,500 
65,000 
50,000 
40,000 
50,000 
65,000 
56,000 

111,500 
35,000 

131,000 
10,000 

100,000 
60,000 
27,000 
56,000 
56,000 
56,000 

178,000 
65,000 
31,000 

200,000 
75,000 

110,000 
13,000 
55,000 
50,000 

132,000 
57,500 
40,000 



Cost. 



Land. 



Building. 



$5,000 
84,181 
42,478 
500 
22,000 
38,000 
15,000 



35 t 000 
13,960 
3,000 
8,370 
5,000 
3,500 
2,745 
6,032 
4,000 
15,093 

15,500 

15,700 
7,000 
1,400 
5,000 
4,000 
4,000 
10,920 
10,000 

59,484 

15,000 

12,000 

3,775 

5,660 

4,500 

23,000 

5,354 



$47,000 

300,000 

289,405 

32,500 

157,000 

162,000 

49,000 

49,000 

36,998 

133,000 
46,000 
42,500 
58,627 
45,000 
36,476 
47,255 
58,968 
52,000 
96,223 

115,276 

80,411 
53,000 
25,595 
51,000 
52,000 
52,000 

166.-805 
55,000 
28,799 

136,727 

59,995 

97,886 

9,196 

44,850 

108,981 

52,146 

40,000 






1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 67 



EEPOET OF THE ACTING CHIEF OF ENGINEERS. 



Office of the Acting Chief of Engineers, 
Boston, December 15, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report on the work performed by 
the Department of Engineering for the year 1911, during which 
the following subjects received attention: — 

For the Board of Military Examiners, formulation of profes- 
sional evidence governing questions for the examination of candi- 
dates for commissions in the Corps of Engineers. 

Military map, scale 3 inches to 1 mile, covering sections of Mid- 
dlesex and Essex counties, was prepared; area covered, 95 square 
miles, from which 3,000 lithographs were reproduced. Eive 
assistants were employed in the field to aid in reconnaissance 
work, covering a period of eight days. Tree areas, stone walls, 
buildings, cultivated and grass lands, roads and waterways were 
plotted from surveys. This entailed considerable office work upon 
completion of surveys. The cost of the undertaking was greatly 
minimized by the use made of United States and Geological Sur- 
vey maps, and by the courtesy of the chief engineer of the State 
Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners, from which depart- 
ment the writer secured evidence co-ordinated with that acquired 
within the treated area. As a matter of convenience, and to save 
time, an enlarged preliminary plan was made by photographic 
process and pantagraph methods from the United States, map, 
scale 1 : 62,500 to 1 :21,120, upon which the necessary data were 
placed thereon from field observation. 

In brief, the evidence pursuant to requirements of Capt. 
Matthew E. Hanna, U. S. A., fundamentally necessary for mili- 
tary purposes, was annexed to preliminary enlargement by use 
of auto, odometer, pedometer, alidade and compass. Subse- 
quently, all the gathered evidence was reproduced and connected 
with that accumulated from various sources upon a final plan, 
and lithographed. Supplementary to this, topographical sheets 



68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of Boxford and vicinity were prepared for school of instruction 
on similar lines. 

In pursuance of orders governing duties during summer en- 
campment, a daily record was kept of the movements of the main 
bodies, position of reserves, supports, outposts and outguards, 
the location of which was drawn in colors on maneuver map, for 
use of Capt. Matthew E. Hanna and Lieut. George C. Marshall, 
Jr., IT. S. A. 

The withdrawal of Capt. John E. Gilman, Jr., by Special Or- 
ders, for service in the Judge Advocate General's Department, 
placed the burden of responsibility upon one officer, and as a 
result a larger area of country was traversed in rapid strides, in 
an endeavor to keep in touch with moving bodies, involving time 
entirely out of proportion to the service one man could be ex- 
pected to render. However, the work was effectively executed, 
and results were secured, with the aid of civilian assistants from 
the writer's daily force, without government recompense. 

August 22, 1911, a typewritten review of the evils apparent 
and merits accrued of general application to the maneuvers was 
presented. 

By direction of the Adjutant General, a topographic plan en- 
titled " South Framingham and vicinity," prepared by the writer 
in May, 1910, was delivered to Maj. J. D. Lesch, General Staff, 
Secretary to the War College, Washington, D. C. 

Three maps of Massachusetts were obtained, upon which was 
placed the geographical location of each organization in the 
service. 

I cannot refrain, in closing, from alluding to the recommenda- 
tion in previous reports of 1909-10, that a battalion of engineers, 
divided in three sections, would be quickly recognized as a profit- 
able and useful branch, and that great advantage would accrue 
by having professional men accustomed to the art of bridge build- 
ing, sub-surface structures, road construction and mapping, to aid 
in research work, undertaken superficially by other arms of the 
service already crowded with other problems, the character of 
which forms a fundamental part of the framework of military 
bearing in their special branches. 

« 

Very respectfully yours, 

CHRISTOPHER HARRISON", C.E., 

Major, Acting Chief of Engineers. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 



REPORT OF THE SERVICE SCHOOL. 



The Adjutant General's Office, 
Boston, October 31, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, State House, Boston. 

Sir : — I have the honor, by direction of the commandant, to 

make the following report on the work of the Service School, 

M. V. M., for the year 1910-11, which was the " third term," so 

called, and the sixth year of the school. This term also completed 

the second round of the three years' course. The school term is 

from November 1 to October 31 of each year. 

1. Old System of Marking unsatisfactory. 

When I entered upon the duties of my office, January 17, 1911, 
relieving Lieut. Col. William S. Simmons as secretary, I found 
that this year's term of instruction, as prepared by Capt. Kobert 
C. Davis, 17th United States Infantry, the advisory instructor, 
was well advanced, and consisted of a series of five instruction 
papers, one a month, each followed in half a month by a circular 
containing the answers. A final examination, for which the stu- 
dents were assembled, was also the rule. 

I completed the questions for the balance of the term, con- 
ducted the correspondence feature of the school without making 
any material change, and continued the system of marking the 
examination papers to hundredths of per cent., rating the stu- 
dent officers according to the grades already established. This 
system of marking did not appear to me to be satisfactory, but 
since I took charge in the middle of the term, and the term com- 
pleted a three years' course, it did not seem advisable to change it 
at that time. 

2. Scope of the School enlarged. 

The scope of the school was considerably enlarged this year, 
and practically took up the whole year from November 1, 1910, 
to November 1, 1911. 

In addition to the regular correspondence work in book studies, 
which had previously been conducted for lieutenants, a system of 



70 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

normal school instruction in map maneuvers was inaugurated by 
the commandant, Brig. Gen. Gardner W. Pearson, with splendid 
results, as the subsequent maneuvers by the mobile forces of the 
national guard, held in northeastern Massachusetts, in July, fully 
showed. 

3. Synopsis of Map Instruction. 
Capt. Matthew E. Hanna, general staff, United States Army, 
prepared the course of instruction, which was as follows : — 

(a) Four map problems were given the field officers, who re- 
turned their written solutions to him for criticism. 

(b) A course of four lectures was delivered by Captain Hanna 
to the assembled field officers, at which meetings war map games 
were conducted. 

(c) Three more problems were sent to the company officers, 
which were marked by the field officers in accordance with the 
instruction they had received. 

(d) Three subsidiary problems were sent to each company 
commander for his noncommissioned officers to solve orally at 
meetings held for the purpose. 

4. Number of Student Officers and Solutions rendered. 

(a) The field officer s* school held four sessions of an afternoon 
and evening each, and there was an attendance of 44 officers. 
Mnety-one written solutions to problems were submitted by the 
student officers to be marked. 

(b) Schools for captains and lieutenants, to the number of 
more than 30, were held under the supervision of regimental and 
separate battalion commanders. The field officers acted as in- 
structors to about 245 student officers, who submitted 354 written 
solutions to problems. 

(c) Schools for noncommissioned officers were held in each 
company by its captain, at which subsidiary problems were solved 
orally by the students. 

5. Camp of Instruction for Officers. 
A camp of instruction in field work for infantry officers was 
established at Boxford, June 22 to 27, inclusive, at which instruc- 
tion was given by some 15 army officers detailed by the War De- 
partment. This was attended by almost every infantry officer in 
the State, and by many general and staff officers who were 
invited. 



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Capt. M. E. Hanna, U. S. A., the instructor in map problems 
in the Service • Schools, M. V. M., and First Lieut. George C. 
Marshall, Jr., the United States inspector-instructor of infantry 
assigned to this State, were among the most active of the instruc- 
tors, and Massachusetts is to be congratulated upon having had 
such efficient officers, who are considered among the best in- 
structors in the army, assigned to this duty. 

6. Number of Students taking Courses. 

The annual examinations in the third term of the regular cor- 
respondence course in military subjects were held at Boston, 
Worcester and Springfield, and were taken by 122 student officers, 
principally lieutenants, who were compelled to take it. In this 
number were included 6 captains who volunteered to take this 
year's course in order to round out their three years' course, an 
officer being exempt from compulsion after reaching the grade of 
captain. The three years' course was completed this year by 30 
officers successfully, 31 completing two terms likewise and 43 suc- 
cessfully passing this year only. 

Five graduate officers voluntarily took this term, one thereby 
successfully completing six years and the others four years. 

7. The Naval Militia and Medical Department Schools. 

The Naval Militia and Medical Department have each a sepa- 
rate course for the officers of their respective organizations, which 
are reported on by their respective chiefs. 

8. Number of Students taking Coast Artillery Course. 

The examination in this course was taken at Fort Eevere, 
Boston harbor, by 50 officers of the Coast Artillery Corps. This 
course, which was carried on during the winter months in the 
armories, was completed successfully in this examination by 43 
officers. 

9. Names and Percentages of Students in Course for 
Officers of the Mobile Forces. 

Following are the names and percentages of those student offi- 
cers who took the examinations of the third term of the Service 
School, 1910-11, and of those officers who failed to take them, 
although required to do so by existing orders : — 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



(a) List of student officers, with their ratings, who this year 
completed the three years' course, without re-examination: — 



With High Credit. 



Capt. J. A. L. Blake, 1st Squad. Cav., 
Capt. F. S. Elliott, 8th Infy., . 
First Lieut. G. H. Stearns, 2d Infy., 
Second Lieut. B. S. Blake, 1st Squad. Cav., 



First 
Year. 

.986 
.958 
.963 
.893 



Second 
Year. 

.984 
.990 
.980 
.996 



Third . 

Year. Average ' 

1.000 .990 

.980 .976 

.935 .959 

.981 .957 



With Credit. 

Capt. J. T. Potter, 2d Infy 

Second Lieut. R. D. Swaim, 1st Bat. F. A., 
First Lieut. J. F. Coburn, 6th Infy., 
First Lieut. T. F. Foley, 9th Infy., . 
Capt. C. A. Ranlett, 8th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. G. S. Coulter, 5th Infy., 
First Lieut. S. S. Smith, Signal Corps, 
First Lieut. C. T. Cahill, 8th Infy., . 
Capt. A. L. Kendall, Coast Artillery Corps, 
Second Lieut. P. H. Ball, 2d Infy., . 
Capt. G. F. Roberts, 2d Infy 



.924 
.973 
.944 
.816 
.928 
.978 
.925 
.867 
.961 
.895 
.833 



.952 
.920 
.967 
.979 
1.000 
.974 
.878 
.995 
.963 
.975 
.940 



.961 
.929 
.882 
.993 
.847 
.786 
.909 
.842 
.761 
.733 
.785 



.946 
.941 
.931 
.929 
.925 
.915 
.904 
.901 
.895 
.868 
.853 



Proficient. 

First Lieut. R. K. Hale, 1st Bat. F. A., . 
First Lieut. H. D. Campbell, 8th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. N. Wigglesworth, 1st Bat. F. A., 
First Lieut. J. C. Jacobs, 5th Infy., . 
First Lieut. C. F. Lee, 9th Infy., 
First Lieut. A. P. Coleman, 5th Infy., 
Second Lieut. T. F. Murphy, 9th Infy., . 



.876 
.817 
.796 
.817 
.784 
.728 
.747 



.992 
.963 
.935 
.842 
.958 
.900 
.888 



.672 
.678 
.722 
.786 
.693 
.731 
.671 



.847 
.819 
.818 
.815 
.812 
.786 
.769 



(&) List of those completing 
after having been conditioned, 
(Where "c" appears before a 
secured in a second examination 
in the first.) 



the three years' course this year, 

and making up the conditions. 

number it indicates that it was 

that year, after being conditioned 



With Credit. 



Second Lieut. G. H. Manks, 9th Infy., 
Second Lieut. D. J. Canty, 9th Infy., 
Second Lieut. E. M. Crockett, 6th Infy., 



First 
Year. 

c.874 
c.783 
c.888 



Second 
Year. 

.945 

.970 

c.825 



Third , 

Year. Average ' 

.974 .931 

.858 .870 

.864 .859 



Proficient. 
First Lieut. F. B. Dawes, 5th Infy., . 
First Lieut. F. C. Kean, 5th Infy., . 
First Lieut. W. A. Smith, 2d Infy., . 
First Lieut. T. W. Doyle, 6th Infy., . 
First Lieut. J. G. Holmes, 6th Infy., 



c.732 

c.835 

.789 

.727 

c.816 



.903 c.743 

.870 .672 

.901 c.674 

c.811 .781 

.818 .670 



.793 
.792 
.788 
.773 
.768 



Satisfactory. 
Second Lieut. G. S. Holbrook, 5th Infy., . 



c.693 c.818 



.682 



.731 



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73 



(c) List of those this year completing a two years' course, with- 
out re-examination : — 

With High Credit. 



Second Lieut. H. S. M. Layden, 9th Infy., 
First Lieut. C. E. Dunn, 2d Infy., . 
Second Lieut. J. H. McDowell, 6th Infy., . . 

Second Lieut. J. "W. Decrow, 1st Corps Cadets, 
First Lieut. F. P. Simonds, O. D. (assigned 1st Corps 
Cadets, • 



First 
Year. 

.995 
.984 
.968 
.985 

.965 



Second , 
Year. Average " 

1.000 .998 

1.000 .992 

.973 .971 

.952 .969 



.940 



.953 



With Credit. 
Second Lieut. A. Belcher, 6th Infy., . 
First Lieut. S. H. Cliffe, 2d Infy., . 
Second Lieut. F. H. Whittier, 8th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. J. Kenny, 1st Squad. Cav., 
Second Lieut. J. W. Bartlett, 1st Corps Cadets, 
First Lieut. E. R. Redmond, 2d Corps Cadets, 
First Lieut. J. L. Stevens, 5th Infy., 
Second Lieut. H. C. Martin, 2d Infy., 
First Lieut. E. R. Densmore, 9th Infy., . 

Proficient. 

First Lieut. J. F. Osborn, 1st Corps Cadets, 
Second Lieut. J. W. Mahoney, 9th Infy., 
First Lieut. G. H. Nee, 9th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. E. "W. Gooding, 5th Infy., 
Second Lieut. R. H. Anderson, 2d Infy., 
Second Lieut. H. E. Root, 2d Infy., 
,Second Lieut. F. H. Rogers, 6th Infy., 



953 


.907 


.930 


865 


.990 


.928 


938 


.912 


.925 


948 


.874 


.911 


838 


.975 


.907 


974 


.836 


.905 


925 


.862 


.894 


888 


.842 


.865 


927 


.787 


.857 


981 


.671 


.826 


897 


.735 


.816 


906 


.695 


.805 


850 


.731 


.791 


816 


.756 


.786 


789 


.764 


.777 


872 


.682 


.777 



Satisfactory. 
Second Lieut. J. B. Connolly, 9th Infy., . 



.780 



.671 



.726 



(d) List of those completing a two years' course this year, 
after having been conditioned, and making up the conditions : — 



With Credit. 



Second Lieut. H. C. Hill, 2d Infy., . 
First Lieut. E. C. Dodge, Signal Corps, 



First 
Year. 

c.765 
c.949 



Second . 
Year. Avera S e - 

.966 

c.759 



.866 
.854 



Proficient. 
Second Lieut. F. Irving, 5th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. W. H. Mobbs, 5th Infy., . 
First Lieut. G. C. Squier, 2d Infy., . 
Second Lieut. D. C. Smith, 8th Infy., 
Second Lieut. G. W. Hosmer, 2d Infy., . 
Second Lieut. C. E. Deland, 5th Infy., . 



c.753 
c.829 
.859 
.686 
c.802 
c.815 



.920 
c.795 
c.719 
c.865 
c.747 
c.692 



.837 
.812 
.789 
.776 
.775 
.754 



Satisfactory. 
First Lieut. L. P. Sawin, 8th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. A. P. Trombly, 1st Bat. F. A., 



c.782 
c.691 



.678 
c.721 



.730 
.706 



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[Jan. 



(e) List of those completing this year only, without re-exam- 
ination : — 

With High Credit. 

First Year. 
Bigelow, M. D. (assigned 2d Infy.), . . ' . . .992 

J. Winslow, 1st Corps Cadets 988 

Kennedy, 2d Infy., . 984 

Dougan, 8th Infy. 982 

D. Berg, 5th Infy 982 



First Lieut. E. B 
Second Lieut. H. 
Second Lieut. G. H 
Second Lieut. H. J. 
Second Lieut. C 



With Credit. 

Second Lieut. F. G. Bauer, 8th Infy., 938 

Second Lieut. T. D. Howe, 1st Bat. F. A., . . . . . . .873 

Second Lieut. M. E. Smith, 5th Infy., 857 

Proficient. 

Second Lieut. A. J. Roberts, 1st Bat. F. A., . ... . . .827 

First Lieut. E. C. Goding, 5th Infy., . . 827 

Second Lieut. W. B. Morgan, 2d Corps Cadets, . . . . . .806 

First Lieut. R. G. Perkins, 8th Infy., . .787 

First Lieut. J. I. Chamberlain, 5th Infy., 773 

Second Lieut. W. M. Pratt, 8th Infy., 760 

First Lieut. H. D. Crowley, 9th Infy., .752 

Satisfactory. 

Second Lieut. S. N. Ripley, 5th Infy., . .- 740 

Second Lieut. F. J. Needham, 8th Infy . . .735 

Second Lieut. D. S. Christian, 9th Infy ... . .731 

First Lieut. E. E. George, 5th Infy., ....... .728 

Second Lieut. G. F. Leahy, 9th Infy., . . . .. . ..717 

Second Lieut. P. J. Prendiville, 9th Infy., . . . . . . .708 

Second Lieut. W. G. Renwick, 1st Squad. Cav., ..... .700 

First Lieut. T. K. P. Stilwell, 8th Infy., 699 

First Lieut. L. P. P. Osborne, 2d Corps Cadets, 699 

First Lieut. J. A. Dunn, 9th Infy 694 

Second Lieut. J. L. Flaherty, 9th Infy., 683 

Second Lieut. H. S. Parker, 5th Infy., .681 

First Lieut. P. T. Lowell, 5th Infy., 679 

First Lieut. J. C. Saalfrank, 8th Infy., . . . . . . . .678 

First Lieut. J. P. Lockhart, 2d Infy .675 

First Lieut. E. E. Davidson, 1st Brigade, 673 

Second Lieut. C. Morse, 9th Infy., 673 

Second Lieut. C. F. Dupee, 6th Infy 671 

Second Lieut. E. E. Arnold, 5th Infy., ....... .670 

(/) List of those completing this year only, after having been 
conditioned, and making up the conditions : — 



With Credit. 

Second Lieut. C. F. Chandler, 6th Infy., . 
First Lieut. J. L. Loomis, 2d Infy., . 
First Lieut. A. N. Drury, 1st Squad. Cav., 



First Year. 
. c.941 
. c.897 
. c.873 



Proficient. 
Second Lieut. E. D. Bement, 6th Infy., . 
Second Lieut. H. H. Wheelock, 6th Infy., 



c.846 
c.808 



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Satisfactory. 
* First Year. 

Second Lieut. W. E. Calder, Jr., 8th Infy c.744 

First Lieut. G. Hodges, Jr., 1st Squad. Cav., c.686 

First Lieut. J. R. Taylor, 2d Corps Cadets c.681 

First Lieut. A. E. Johnson, Jr., 2d Corps Cadets, c.674 



(g) List of those officers who did not appear for examination 
the first time this year, but who appeared when another oppor- 
tunity was given them and failed to make the required 67 per 
cent, to pass : — 

Previous Years conditioned, Years 

without making up. passed. 

First Lieut. R. D. Hood, 8th Infy., . 1907-08, 1908-09 1905-06, 1909-10 

(7i) List of those officers who appeared at the first examination 
this year, but, failing to pass, were conditioned, and did not ap- 
peal' at another examination given to enable them to make up the 
conditions : — 



First Lieut. N. F. Ayer, 9th Infy., . 
First Lieut. J. W. Bragdon, 2d Brigade, 
Second Lieut. W. W. Cann, 8th Infy., 
Second Lieut. R. H. Baker, 9th Infy., 
Second Lieut. F. E. Estabrook, 8th Infy. 



Lieutenant Estabrook satisfactorily explained his absence in a 
letter, but the others made no explanation. 

(i) The following did not appear for either examination this 
year : — 

First Lieut. M. W. Parker, O. D. (assigned 6th Infy.) ; no previous record. 
First Lieut. J. P. Davis, 6th Infy.; only record was that he passed 1909-10. 

(/) The following officers, having graduated previously to this 
} r ear, volunteered to continue the course further, and have passed 
successfully for the number of years set opposite their names : — 



Capt. H. L. Doane, 2d Infy., ........ 6 years. 

Maj. P. L. Rider, 2d Infy., 4 years. 

Capt. W. L. Bouve, 5th Infy., . . . . . . . 4 years. 

First Lieut. M. J. Foley, 9th Infy., . 4 years. 

First Lieut. E. T. Davison, 2d Infy . . 4 years. 



Previous Years conditioned, 


Years 


without making up. 


passed. 


1907-08, 1908-09 


c.1909-10 


- 


c.1909-10 


1907-08, 1908-09 


c.1909-10 


f — 


— 



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[Jan. 



10. Names and Percentages of Students in Coast Artil- 
lery Course, 1910-11. 



Capt. C. S. Tilden, 3d Company, 
Second Lieut. W. D. Cottam, 7th Company, 
Second Lieut. H. M. Rugg, 2d Company, . 
Second Lieut. H. J. Baum, 8th Company, . 
Second Lieut. H. S. Cushing, Headquarters, 
Second Lieut. W. W. Willson, Headquarters, 
Capt. O. D. Dickerman, 8th Company, 
First Lieut. H. J. Kane, 8th Company, 
Capt. A. L. Kendall, Headquarters, . 
Capt. G. M. King, 7th Company, 
Maj. E. D. Fullerton, 
Capt. F. M. Whiting, 11th Company, . 
First Lieut. C. H. Lawrence, Headquarters, 
Second Lieut. G. B. Sawyer, 6th Company, 
Fist Lieut. F. A. Young, 3d Company, 
Capt. M. S. Holbrook, Headquarters, 
Second Lieut. A. W.,Huguley, Headquarters, 
First Lieut. E. W. Raymond, 2d Company, 
Capt. A. K. Crowell, 9th Company, . 
First Lieut. A. W. Burton, 7th Company, 
First Lieut. W. F. Smith, Headquarters, 
Capt. G. H. Horton, 10th Company, . 
Capt. A. F. Woodside, 6th Company, . 
First Lieut. W. F. Abbott, 11th Company, 
Capt. F. "W. Allen, Headquarters, 
First Lieut. C. H. Edson, 10th Company, 
Second Lieut. E. G. Hopkins, 9th Company, 
Second Lieut. A. S. Reed, 10th Company, 
Second Lieut. A. A. Chase, 3d Company, . 
Maj. B. B. Shedd, . . . . . 
Lieut. Col. G. F. Quinby, .... 
First Lieut. W. W. Montgomery, 6th Company, 
Capt. F. L. Woods, Headquarters, 
Second Lieut. G. G. Southworth, 4th Company, 
Maj. N. O. Danforth, .... 

First Lieut. F. A. D. Bullard, 9th Company, 
First Lieut. D. H. Fogg, 1st Company, 
Capt. F. W. Harrison, 12th Company, 
Capt. W. Renfrew, 5th Company, 
First Lieut. H. A. Skinner, 12th Company, 
Capt. C. M. Gerlach, 2d Company, . 
First Lieut. B. E. Grant, 5th Company, . 



Per Cent. 

. 96 

. 94 

. 94 

. 94 

. 94 

. 93 

. 92 

. 92 

. 92 

. 92 

. 91 

. 91 

. 90 

. 90 

. 90 

. 88 

. 88 

. 88 

. 87.5 

. 87 

. 87 

. 86 

. 86 

. 85 

. 84 

. 84 

. 84 

. 84 

. 83 

. 82.5 

. 82 

. 81 

. 81 

. 80 

. 79 

. 78 

. 78 

. 78 

. 78 

. 76 

. 76 

. 75 



The following officers failed to pass : — 

Second Lieut. J. A. Stitt, 4th Company 70 

Capt. C. W. Leach, Headquarters, 65 

Second Lieut. J. Martins, 1st Company 56.5 

Second Lieut. C. E. Pendleton, 5th Company, .66 

The following officers failed to complete the examination : — 

Capt. W. Stitt, 4th Company. 

First Lieut. W. J. Gilbert, Headquarters. 

Second Lieut. A. L. Golden, 11th Company. 



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11. Recommendations. 

I recommend that those students who have passed successfully 
a two years' course be given certificates of proficiency, showing 
that fact. 

Very respectfully, 

P. FRANK PACKARD, 

Brigadier General, M. V. M., Retired, 

Secretary and Executive Officer. 



78 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE ACTING CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER. 



Office of the Acting Chief Signal Officer, 
Boston, January 1, 1912. 

The Adjutant General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit my annual report as Act- 
ing Chief Signal Officer and Commanding Officer of the Signal 
Corps. 

The work of the corps during the year has not differed in gen- 
eral from that of previous years. Fifty-two drills have been held 
in the armory, and squads were sent out on week ends during the 
spring for practice in visual signaling. During the fall a number 
of the enlisted men had been trying to signal with the heliograph 
from Worcester to North Adams. They had not succeeded. I 
believe the atmospheric conditions were against them. Their per- 
sistence was worthy of commendation. 

Effort has been made to enlist more technical men in the corps, 
and in this we have been fairly successful. This branch of the 
military service presents, I think, more than any other branch, 
opportunities for the graduates in science and engineering of our 
colleges to take up work which will be both profitable and pleas- 
urable. The corps is provided with the latest types of equipment 
issued by the war department, which, supplemented with appara- 
tus purchased by the Commonwealth, furnishes the means by 
which problems worthy of the attention of master minds may be 
solved. It seems to me that three or more years may be well 
spent by a technical graduate who is willing to devote a portion 
of his spare time to the work of the Signal Corps. Such a grad- 
uate owes this service to the Commonwealth, whose generosity has 
in large part furnished the educational opportunities of which he 
has availed himself. The work is interesting and instructive, and 
is carried on amid pleasant surroundings. Frequent opportunity 
is given for practice out of doors, both mounted and dismounted. 
Each year eight days are spent in camp, doing a man's work. 
Here is provided a means of stimulation for both body and mind 
which is of benefit to the individual and to the community of 
which he is a part. The days of the tin soldier are gone and the 
work is worthy of our best citizenship. 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 79 

No opportunity was given for practice with the wireless in the 
field before the annual tour. As a result, the work performed at 
camp was very unsatisfactory. Since camp we have attacked the 
problem in a different manner. Aerials have been erected on. the 
Charlestown Armory and Robinson Hall, Tufts College. These 
antennae, with the one erected by Sergeant Hartshorn on the Som- 
erville armory, are so arranged that they may be varied for ex- 
perimental purposes. With the co-operation of the members of 
the Wireless Club of Tufts College, many of whom are expert 
operators, we are testing and adjusting the sending and receiving 
apparatus for all the conditions that are likely to arise in the 
field, and we promise good and efficient service for the coming 
tour of duty. At present we have twenty telegraph operators. 
We hope to add to this number before the next camp. 

The. year just closing has been noteworthy in one important 
particular, for during this period the corps has been mounted and 
the technical equipment has been increased by the addition of two 
wire carts of the latest model. Unfortunately these carts did not 
arrive in time to permit their use during the maneuvers this 
summer. Bach wire cart has been loaded with six miles of field 
wire and equipped with the necessary apparatus and tools ' for 
field work. During the spring, when the weather permits, we 
shall send detachments out for practice on Saturdays and Sun- 
days. 

In accordance with orders I was in attendance at the Harvard- 
Boston Aero Meet at Atlantic. I acquired what information I 
could concerning the construction, operation and relative merits 
of the monoplanes and biplanes of the various types exhibited. 
During the meet I made a flight with Lieutenant Milling of the 
army in a Burgess-Wright biplane. Captain Wise of the Sixth 
Regiment Infantry made a flight for target practice, and made a 
creditable score shooting from the plane at a target placed on the 
ground. I think there is no question of the military value of the 
aero-plane. At present we are very much in the experimental 
stage, and if we may judge by comparison with the progress made 
in other fields of human endeavor the merest beginning has been 
made. The most careful use of this type of vehicle is under con- 
ditions so full of potential danger that service in this branch of 
Signal Corps work in the army is voluntary. A careful study 
extending over two years has convinced me that the Burgess- 
Wright biplane is the best type of plane at present manufactured. 
I do not recommend the establishment of an aviation corps as a 
part of the Massachusetts militia for the following reasons : — 



80 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

(a) The science of flying is in the early experimental stage. 

(b) The expense would be large. 

(c) No particular advantage would result, as the use of planes 
in maneuvers would be entirely one-sided, — the troops would not 
be allowed to try to disable the aviator. 

(d) A great deal of practice does not seem necessary in order 
that one may fly. Many of the most memorable flights have been 
made by those who have had little practice. 

(e) The danger is constant and great. I do not believe the 
State should foster, as a part of its military establishment, a 
department in which the performance of duty is accompanied by 
such grave danger. 

Circular No. 12, June 30, 1911, War Department, Division of 
Militia Affairs, requires the organization of the signal troops of 
the militia as field companies. Unless expressly authorized by the 
Secretary of War, a deviation from this form of organization may 
not be made. The circular further states that three types of 
organization are permitted. 

Type A, — 4 officers, 98 enlisted men, 85 mounted men; 
total, 102. 

Type B, — 3 officers, 75 enlisted men, 63 mounted men; 
total, 78. 

Type C, — 1 officer, 41 enlisted men, 32 mounted men ; 
total, 42. 

Type A contains four wire sections and two wireless sections. 
Type B contains four wire sections. Our equipment calls for 
two wire sections and two wireless sections. At present we have 
not enough men properly to man our apparatus. When the wire 
carts and wireless stations are in use at the same time we have 
no men left for the performance of the routine work of a camp. 
I therefore recommend that such changes be made in the laws 
governing the organized militia of the Commonwealth as may 
be necessary to permit an increase in the enlisted strength of the 
corps, and that the personnel be made as follows : — 

Captain, . . . . . 1 

First lieutenants, 3 

Master signal electrician, 1 

First-class sergeants, 5 

Sergeants, 8 

Corporals, 13 



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Cooks, 2 

First-class privates, 35 

Privates, 11 

Total, 79 

Total : 4 officers, mounted ; 75 enlisted men, 60 mounted. 



Organization. 

Captain, 

First lieutenants, 

Master signal electrician, . 

First sergeant (first-class sergeant), 

Supply sergeant (sergeant), . 

Stable sergeant (sergeant), 

Mess sergeant (sergeant), 

Horseshoer ( sergeant ) , 

Cooks, 

Farriers (corporal), . 

Saddler (corporal), . 

Clerk (corporal), 

Mechanics ( corporal ) , 

Wagoners (first-class privates), 

Guidon (first-class privates), . 

Trumpeters (first-class privates) 

Wire sections, .... 

Wireless sections, 



A wire section to consist of 10 men. Although this is a 
smaller number than that set down in the circular, it will give 
a sufficient number to operate one cart and its line. I recom- 
mend this organization and personnel, which is a combination of 
types A and B, because I believe it will best serve our purposes; 
at the same time we shall not have a personnel out of propor- 
tion to the aggregate strength of all the troops. To perfect 
this arrangement we shall need one more wire cart completely 
equipped, and an addition to our enlisted strength of 17 men, 
10 of whom should be mounted. If the corps should be called 
into active service, it would be an easy matter to enlist up to 
the strength of Type A. The recruits would not be required 
to perform technical duties at once ; there would be available the 
necessary number of such men if the corps is organized as 
recommended. I further recommend that the name of the corps 
be changed, and that it be known as A Company, Signal Corps, 

m. y. m. 



82 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

In our technical equipment are : — 

3 sets of field wireless complete. 
2 wire carts complete. 

7 field buzzers. 

6 cavalry buzzers. 
15 miles of field wire. 

8 heliographs. 

8 acetylene torches. . 

All of these articles are new and up-to-date. 

The purchase of another wire wagon, with the necessary tele- 
graph instruments, would complete the equipment needed for 
the organization recommended above. Provision must be made 
for the transportation of the wireless sections. The apparatus 
is designed for transportation by pack train. This method is 
not available at present, and we must therefore have recourse 
to horse-drawn wagons or the automobile. The cost of each 
method does not differ greatly, the automobile being somewhat 
cheaper. If the wireless is not to accompany the cavalry, wagon 
or motor transportation may be used at will. If the cavalry is 
to be followed, the transportation should be by pack train. 
The motor vehicle was used successfully for this work during 
the recent maneuvers. The engine of the car can be used to 
furnish power to operate the electric generator, and better send- 
ing will result. 

I recommend the purchase of a suitable wave meter for use 
with the wireless. 

I also recommend that the rifles with which the corps is 
equipped be turned in and that the arms be limited to revolvers. 
This recommendation is in accord with the practice in the army. 

I respectfully invite consideration of the advisability of the 
purchase of two instrument wagons and harness for these wagons 
and the wire carts. 

I take this opportunity to thank you, sir, for the interest you 
have shown in this branch of military work, and for your ready 
and hearty co-operation. 

Very respectfully, 

HARRY G. CHASE, 

Captain and Acting Chief Signal Officer. 



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REPORT OF THE COAST ARTILLERY CORPS. 



Office of the Chief of Coast Abtilleey, 
Boston, December 8, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, State House, Boston. 

Sir : — I have the honor to make herewith the annual report 
required by the militia law, covering the work of the Coast 
Artillery Corps for the year 1911. 

The work of the corps has progressed favorably during the 
past year, although, as in the past, it has been seriously handi- 
capped by the lack of armory equipment. The greater part of 
this equipment, however, has now been received, and is only 
awaiting the completion of the construction of new stations and 
rooms on the drill floor and in the basement of the armory for 
its proper installation. 

In connection with this signal corps equipment for the posi- 
tion-finding stations there will be located in the armory one full 
size 12-inch B. L. mortar, one 10-inch B. L. gun and one 3-inch 
B. L. gun, together with ammunition hoists therefor. It is be- 
lieved that when these guns and position-finding instruments 
are all installed, the work of the corps will be greatly simpli- 
fied, and progress made under much more favorable conditions 
than in the past. 

It is suggested, however, that the South State Armory is not 
a proper place for an organization of this character. Owing to 
its location between two steam railroads, the passing trains 
cause a constant jarring of the instruments installed, making 
it impossible to keep these instruments in adjustment, and it 
is impossible to prevent the soot and cinders from the locomo- 
tives from penetrating everywhere throughout the building ; and 
as a consequence the position-finding instruments, installed in 
the armory at a great expense to the national government, will 
soon be seriously injured. The same is true of the breech 



84 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

mechanisms and other apparatus of the guns and mortars to be 
installed. Moreover, the field of fire in the armory is so limited 
that at best only imperfect results can be obtained with the 
position-finding apparatus installed as planned. 

Your attention is most respectfully invited to the fact that, 
with the delicate instruments used in coast artillery work, 
an armory should be provided, located in a district where soot 
and dust would be reduced to a minimum, and where a greater 
field of fire could be secured. 

It is suggested that an ideal location for a coast artillery 
armory would be in the Back Bay district, overlooking the 
Charles River basin, where plotting could be done on motor and 
other boats moving over the basin. 

Moreover, with the searchlight to be provided by the War 
Department night drills could be held under practically service 
conditions. 

Such an armory when built should provide for an increased 
number of companies, and provision should also be made for 
the maximum enlisted strength for each of these companies. 

In the artillery district of Boston alone 95 commissioned 
officers and 1,640 enlisted men of the reserves are required at 
the present time to man, in connection with the 40 commis- 
sioned officers and 1,196 enlisted men of the army, the various 
guns and stations in our harbor fortifications. This number pro- 
vides only a single relief, where in case of hostilities two and 
one-half reliefs are needed, and does not take into consideration 
extra duty men and men detailed for guard and other purposes, 
and those who may be sick or absent. 

In addition to the artillery district of Boston, another artil- 
lery district is located at New Bedford, where at least 20 
commissioned officers and 550 enlisted men of the reserves, in 
addition to the regulars stationed at this post, would be required 
to furnish one relief for the armament there located. It is 
therefore believed that the subject of increase in the corps, in 
order to provide a sufficient number of men in connection with 
the regulars stationed at the various fortifications in the State 
to furnish at least one complete relief, should be given early 
consideration. 

In this connection, however, attention is invited to the fact 
that it is not the policy of the War Department to transfer 
organizations from another branch of the service to this branch, 
but to organize new companies and districts. 



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In May, Capt. Eussell P. Eeeder, C. A. C, U. S. A., was 
permanently detailed as inspector-instructor to this corps, and 
has taken active interest in the work throughout the entire 
year. 

To assist the inspector-instructor, three noncommissioned offi- 
cers of the army were detailed, one of whom proved inefficient, 
and his return to his company was requested. The two remain- 
ing sergeants have performed excellent work throughout the 
entire year, and assisted materially in the instruction of the 
enlisted personnel. Both of these enlisted men have been pro- 
vided with quarters in the Chelsea Armory, but it is believed 
that this will prove to be more expensive to the Commonwealth 
than if suitable quarters were provided for these men in the 
vicinity of the South State Armory, where most of their work 
is performed. I would therefore recommend that these men 
hereafter be provided with quarters near the headquarters of the 
corps. 

A school for officers was conducted throughout the earlier 
part of the year by Capt. Frank S. Long, C. A. C, U. S. A., the 
officers taking the second year's course in artillery work, but 
before the completion of the course Captain Long was ordered 
away from this district to take station elsewhere. This left the 
corps without any instructor, but subsequently, in May, when 
Captain Eeeder was detailed to the corps, the course was con- 
tinued and thoroughly reviewed. 

At a later date, viz., July 1, an officers' school was held for 
four days at Fort Eevere, and all officers of the corps were 
obliged to attend. The first two days were devoted to instruc- 
tion, and the officers were then examined by a board consisting 
of Capt. Eussell P. Eeeder, U. S. A., inspector-instructor, Capt. 
"Win. H. Menges, U. S. A., and myself. The result of this ex- 
amination was duly forwarded to you. 

Three of the officers who failed to pass the examination have 
since been retired or discharged, while two others who failed 
to pass the examination, owing to limited opportunity for in- 
struction, will be given a further examination upon the recom- 
mendation of the Board of Examiners. This school was con- 
ducted as a part of the State Service School. 

A school for enlisted specialists has been conducted through- 
out the entire year by Capt. Albert L. Kendall, Artillery Engi- 
neer, assisted by Captain Eeeder and others, but owing to the 



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[Jan. 



failure of the proper authorities to provide books of instruction 
for these men, the instructors have been seriously handicapped. 
To prepare themselves to pass the examinations required by the 
War Department, these men must devote considerable spare time 
to the study of the technical subjects relating to the work which 
they are required to perform on duty. The instruction cannot 
be given entirely by lectures, although the lectures and other 
instruction given by the artillery engineer and the inspector- 
instructor materially assist in giving the men a general idea 
of the line of study to pursue. 

I would, therefore, again invite your attention to the abso- 
lute necessity of providing these enlisted specialists with the 
proper books of instruction. 

In accordance with General Orders, No. 160, War Department, 
dated September 9, 1910, all coast artillery reserves are required 
by law to have the same examination as the coast artillery 
troops of the army, and the same order provided that examina- 
tions for enlisted specialists be held on the second Monday in 
May and October of each year. Request was made for permis- 
sion to order the enlisted specialists of this corps to the South 
State Armory for examination on the second Monday in May, 
but favorable action was not received in time to issue the order, 
and as a consequence no examination could be held on that date, 
and the enlisted specialists of the corps, while performing at 
camp all the work required of them at the various power plants, 
searchlights and other stations, were not recognized by the 
United States authorities and received no pay from the United 
States paymaster, thus increasing the expense to the Common- 
wealth. 

On the second Monday in October an examination was held 
in accordance with the above-mentioned requirement of the 
War Department, 18 men presenting themselves for examination, 
of which number 6 successfully passed. 

Several of the men who failed to pass were men who have a 
thorough knowledge of the duties required of them at tours of 
duty, and are fully competent for their positions, but have not 
a knowledge of the higher mathematics which form a part of 
these examinations. 

The United States authorities now appreciate that the exam- 
inations required of the enlisted specialists in the army after 
the completion of two years' practical work and study at a 
special school for this purpose, is not suitable for the enlisted 



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specialists of the reserves, and have prepared new examination 
papers, which will be hereafter used, in which mathematics will 
be omitted and the examination will be confined to knowledge 
of duties actually performed by these men when on duty in the 
harbor fortifications. 

During the year classes have been held, not only on drill 
nights but on other nights for the instruction of candidates for 
first and second class gunners. Examinations were held prior 
to camp, and other examinations during the annual tour of 
duty, which resulted in the passing of a large number of first 
and second class gunners, reports of which have already been 
forwarded to you. Your attention is invited to the fact that 
at this time there has been no general order issued from your 
office publishing a list of first and second class gunners quali- 
fied during the year, as is required. 

Officers' meetings were held at the South Armory on January 
20, February 22, June 16, October 20 and November 17. 

The usual battalion drills have been held at the South Armory 
during the past year, and in addition thereto, on June 4 and 18, 
battalion drills were held at the various fortifications in Boston 
harbor, thus giving the men an opportunity for practical work 
upon the guns and in the position-finding stations preparatory 
to their annual tour of camp duty. 

This tour of camp duty took place from the 9th to the 18th 
of July, inclusive, and a full report thereof has been forwarded 
to you, together with my recommendations as to the future tours 
of camp duty of this corps. 

On March 13 the entire regiment mobilized at the South 
Armory, and were reviewed by His Excellency Governor Eugene 
N. Eoss. During the evening the prizes and other decorations 
won during the preceding year were presented. 

The annual rifle competition of the corps was held on Septem- 
ber 15 at Wakefield. 

In the earlier months of the year indoor rifle and revolver 
competitions were held, which proved to be successful and cre- 
ated much interest among the enlisted men. 

From the 9th to the 18th of January all of the companies 
and headquarters were inspected by Lieut. Col. Thomas Ridg- 
way, C. A. C, U. S. A. 

In March and April all of the companies were again inspected 
by State inspectors, and in September and October the compa- 
nies were again inspected by their respective majors. 



88 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

In September and October rendezvous battalion drills were 
held, at the South Armory for the Second and Third battalions, 
while in the First Battalion drills were held at Brockton, New 
Bedford and Fall River. These battalion drills for the First 
Battalion have proved to be very beneficial, and can be continued 
at slight expense to the Commonwealth. I would therefore rec- 
ommend that authority be given me to order a limited number 
of such drills during each year. 

On October 10, Captain Reeder, inspector-instructor, com- 
menced a course of lectures for the officers of this corps on in- 
fantry work, including map reading, field orders and minor 
problems, and will continue the course throughout the winter. 
The attendance at this course is voluntary. This course cor- 
responds to courses E and F as prescribed in General Orders, 
No. 38, c. s., Adjutant General's office. 

On December 2 the noncommissioned officers of the entire 
corps were ordered to report at the South Armory for drill 
under Captain Reeder. These noncommissioned officers were 
formed as a company, and drilled in the new infantry drill regu- 
lations, and it is believed that the instructions received will be 
of considerable benefit to the corps as a whole. 

While the officers have been kept thoroughly busy with their 
military work throughout the entire year, opportunity has been 
found for some social events in addition to the drills and 
schools. For instance, on January 20 a reunion of officers past 
and present of the corps was held at the Copley Square Hotel, 
and proved to be very successful. On February 14 a military 
ball was held at the South Armory, and on the 18th of the same 
month an athletic meet was held at the same place. 

When Col. Robert H. Patterson, Commander of the Artillery 
District of Boston, was relieved from command of the district, 
and ordered to report to his home station preparatory to retire- 
ment, the officers of the corps tendered him a farewell dinner 
at the Point Shirley Club, September 23, 1911. 

Your attention is invited to the report of the United States 
inspector at the last tour of camp duty, in which he states that 
"an engineer should not be doing duty as quartermaster ser- 
geant. If possible, the State should detail a post quartermaster 
sergeant and a post commissary sergeant for duty with the 
Coast Artillery Corps. This would remedy this defect." I 
would again respectfully request that such details be made. The 
necessity of a post quartermaster sergeant with this corps should 



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be very apparent when it is considered that at these headquar- 
ters property has been issued for the use of 22 officers and 73 
enlisted men, besides all of the position-finding equipment used 
by all of the companies located in the South State Armory. 
For all of this property I am held responsible, and have no 
enlisted .man, as in other headquarters, detailed for the pur- 
pose of caring for this property. 

During the year a bill authorizing an increase in the enlisted 
strength of companies of the Coast Artillery Corps was enacted, 
as chapter 633 of the Acts and Eesolves, but at the present time 
no increase has been ordered. As an increase in the enlisted 
strength is an imperative need in order to promptly man the 
guns at the various posts, I would respectfully recommend that 
the maximum enrollment of the companies of this corps be in- 
creased at an early date, in order that the additional men may 
be properly instructed during the winter and spring training. 

The commissioned personnel has been greatly improved dur- 
ing the past year, and it is believed that to some extent this has 
also been true of the enlisted personnel. In this branch of the 
service the officers should be men of education, preferably grad- 
uates of technical schools, and it is believed some effort should 
be made by the Commonwealth to attract this class of men to 
the corps. 

The only way that the corps may maintain its leading posi- 
tion among the coast artillery reserves of the various States is 
by replacing every officer or man discharged by an officer or 
man of greater intelligence and initiative, and it is believed that 
the honest efforts of those most interested in the welfare of the 
organization should receive the unqualified support of all supe- 
rior officers. 

The corps is handicapped by the lack of a stereopticon for use 
in lectures to both officers and enlisted specialists. With proper 
slides these lectures could be illustrated and made of the great- 
est interest, where now, without illustrations, it is often difficult 
for many men to understand them. The apparatus and arma- 
ment forming the subject-matter of the lectures are too in- 
tricate to permit them to be drawn on a blackboard. The re- 
serves of other States are furnished with such an instrument, 
and I recommend that one be issued for the use of this corps. 

With the installation of the new equipment and guns in the 
South State Armory it is believed that the corps should be 
provided with a competent mechanic to care for this material 



90 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and keep it clean. It is suggested that such mechanic should 
be appointed by the chief, and receive the same pay that is re- 
ceived by the mechanic now allowed by law to field batteries. 

The constantly increasing amount of paper work at the head- 
quarters of the corps makes it essential that a greater number 
of typewriters be provided to perform the work demanded by 
your office, and I believe that this corps, and, in fact, each regi- 
ment, should be given a money allowance to provide for clerical 
work at headquarters, in order that the work of the office may 
be kept up to date. 

In accordance with paragraph 346 of the National Guard 
Regulations, M. V. M., I have at all times been ready to keep 
you informed as to conditions in this corps, and believe that my 
long connection with the organization and intimate knowledge 
of its commissioned and enlisted personnel make me fully quali- 
fied to keep you advised of the efficiency of the personnel and 
material. I would therefore recommend that my position as 
chief of coast artillery be recognized, and any information you 
may desire in regard to this corps be requested of or through 
its chief. 

Recommendations. 

I would most respectfully recommend : — 

1. That an order be issued at once increasing the enlisted 
strength of the companies to 83 men. 

2. That the entire corps be equipped with olive drab over- 
coats, in order that there may be uniformity, both this coat 
and the old blue cape overcoat being now used by different parts 
of the organization. 

3. That an allotment be made for the officers' service school 
as conducted in this corps. 

4. That provision be made for supplying the enlisted spe- 
cialists with books of instruction. 

5. That a post quartermaster sergeant and a post commissary 
sergeant be permanently detailed to this corps. 

6. That a new armory be provided for the corps in the near 
future, suitably designed for coast artillery practice. 

7. That a stereopticon be furnished for instruction purposes. 

8. That the noncommissioned officers of the army detailed to 
the corps be provided with quarters in the vicinity of the South 
State Armory. 

9. That a competent mechanic be allowed the corps whose 



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duties shall be to care for the ordnance and signal equipment in 
the South State Armory. 

10. That the preliminary school for officers be continued. 

11. That the corps perform its annual tour of camp duty by 
battalions, in three periods of ten days each. 

12. That the headquarters of the corps be provided with at 
least three typewriters, to care for the constantly increasing 
paper work of the adjutant's office. 

13. That an appropriation be made for clerical hire at the 
headquarters of the corps, in order that the work may be kept 
up to date. 

Very respectfully, 

WALTEE E. LOMBAED, 

Colonel and Chief of Coast Artillery. 



92 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M. f 
Springfield, Mass., August 25, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following report on 
the maneuvers held in Middlesex and Essex counties, July 23- 
30, 1911, concerning matters as per your request of August 15. 

Given troops familiar with extended order drill, the elemen- 
tary principles and practice of security and information, and 
the ordinary duties required of officers and men in the field, no 
other kind of training is, in my judgment, so necessary or pro- 
ductive of so much good as field maneuvers. 

The field exercises of last month were so uniformly good and 
successful in accomplishment that no material change in method 
or the conduct of future exercises of like character is called for, 
at least not until another trial has demonstrated the need of a 
change. 

In this connection I would suggest as worthy of consideration 
the advisability of requiring company commanders to attend the 
school for field officers. 

The use of motor trucks for the field train of my command 
was attended by many mishaps. The number of trucks allowed 
to organizations should have been increased one-half in order 
to carry, without overloading, the amount of baggage which was 
taken along. Most of the trouble experienced was caused by 
overloading, and this resulted not alone in trucks becoming dis- 
abled, but also in not being able to transfer the load from one 
truck to another, thus bringing it into camp where it was 
needed. Because of this, two battalions were without baggage 
one night, their trucks having become disabled miles from camp. 

Trucks should not be overloaded, nor even loaded to their 
full limit; there should always be reserve power and capacity 
available in case of a breakdown. It should also be taken into 
account that when a guard is needed for the field train it must 



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be carried on the trucks, as neither foot nor mounted troops can 
keep up with motor trucks on good roads. 

My conclusions on this subject are that much better results 
would be attained and much trouble avoided by allowing each 
company a ton and a half truck for its exclusive use. 

Very respectfully, 

EMBUEY P. CLAEK, 

Major General, M. V. M., Retired, 
Commanding Blue Army, Maneuvers', 1911. 



Headquaktebs Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, August 31, 1911. 

To the Adjutant General, M. V. M., State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — In compliance with General Orders, No. e30, c. s., I 
have the honor to express the following opinion upon (1) the 
benefit derived in instruction from maneuvers; (2) maneuvers 
of the three-arm contrasted with a standing camp of a single 
organization. 

A discussion under these headings involves a comparison be- 
tween the work performed , this year in the field and the ordi- 
nary drill performances at Framingham. 

I think that during the recent maneuvers more was learned 
by everybody about camp sanitation, care of troops, making and 
breaking camp, loading escort wagons, marching, advance and 
rear guard, outpost and patrolling, than was ever learned by 
anybody at Framingham. The discipline, behavior and esprit 
de corps of the troops in the Eed Brigade was better than any- 
thing I have seen at Framingham during the last twenty-nine 
years. The ratio of the fighting value between the work of an 
ordinary Framingham camp and the work this year in the field 
is as the ratio of fighting value between a Chelsea ferry boat 
and a battleship of the " Delaware " type. I simply mean that 
there is no comparison between the Framingham drills and ma- 
neuver training as a method of instruction for the mobile land 
forces of this State. A comparison between the methods em- 
ployed for years at Framingham camp and the method put in 
practice this year involves a discussion of the merit between 
drill and training as a proper method of instruction. I mean 



94 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

by drill the precise and exact performance of the movements 
prescribed in Drill Regulations, and by training, playing soldier 
in the open, under conditions approximating as near as possible 
real service. 

The Commonwealth has tried the Framingham drill method 
for years. It has brought certain decorative results which have 
found their highest expression in street parades and formal 
ceremonies. To a very limited extent it has contributed to 
making soldiers. As a means of discipline our formal drills 
have been a complete failure. 

At West Point the soldierly habits of discipline are instilled 
into young men by an established routine of obedience, where 
the system is working twenty-four hours daily, with one vacation 
in four years. Drill as we practice it at Framingham consti- 
tutes a small fraction in their system. In a regular establish- 
ment the system which turns out soldiers works eight thousand 
hours a year; with us we are fortunate if we get out men to 
work in the armories eighty hours in any one year. Our mis- 
take is that we have divorced drill from the rest of the system, 
and attempt, in our limited time, to get results from a fraction 
installed as a whole system. 

In the time of Frederick the Great, when a soldier was caned 
for his mistakes in the precise performance of the manual, drill 
probably had a high disciplinary value. To-day we retain much 
of the letter of Frederick's system, but its value has disap- 
peared with the abolishment of punishment. We not only have 
abolished the inhuman punishment, but we do not even pretend 
to try to live up to the text. 

I have never seen a company of soldiers in the State or na- 
tional service marching at attention with the step prescribed by 
Drill Regulations. I never saw a company in the national 
guard execute squads right or left, as prescribed. Drill in it- 
self, as a system to teach discipline, is dead. The letter is alive, 
but the spirit has gone out of it. This was natural when formal 
drill ceased to be practiced on the field of battle. The average 
American will practice drilling enough to get around in a bunch 
in an orderly formation, and on time, but he does not see the 
necessity of doing more than this. As a means of instilling into 
him habits of obedience, or making him ready to die for his 
country, it has no practical value. 

The performances at Framingham in the past have been noth- 
ing more than the amplification of armory drills. They have 



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been gone through as a perfunctory performance, without excit- 
ing interest or desire for perfection. It is unquestionably a fact 
that men cannot be made into soldiers without instilling into 
their natures the habit of obedience. This habit is not instilled 
by executing the manual of arms or squads right and left, as this 
State has attempted to do it for years. If it works well under 
any circumstances, it cannot be made to produce practical results 
in the limited time which is at our disposal. I have, however, 
seen practical results attained in the maneuvers by insistence 
upon prompt and exact obedience to orders which regulate the 
daily routine of life during every minute of the waking day. 
Of course this is drill, but it is a different kind of drill from 
that practiced at Framingham. Men readily see immediate 
results to be obtained by exact and prompt obedience at maneu- 
vers. It appeals to all as carrying its own justification. This is 
the kind of drill which, in my opinion, should be encouraged, 
and will do much, if persisted in, in raising the standard of the 
militia. I believe in and recommend this kind of drill for all 
regular tours of duty in the open. 

In spite of what I have said, I believe in the precise and ex- 
acting formal drill of close order, and think it should be prac- 
ticed in the armories. It accustoms men to the handling of 
weapons, teaches them to act together, makes for solidarity of 
the command, and develops a combined suggestibility to the 
leadership of officers. It is a kind of kindergarten, and a prep- 
aration for the higher drill which can be put in practice at 
maneuvers. 

Maneuvers are the only means by which instruction in field 
service can be given. There is only one practical way to learn 
the duties of a soldier, and that is to get into the field and do 
whatever an officer or a soldier would be required to do under 
service conditions. Maneuvers such as we had this summer are 
the only way so far developed for giving the militia the neces- 
sary instruction. 

I am very much impressed by the fact that the average tax- 
payer ]ooks upon the maneuvers as something practical, and 
speaks of them as if the militia were just beginning to do busi- 
ness, and trying to prepare itself to be of real value. The 
merits or maneuvers as a training system appeals to every one 
as the right and proper thing for the militia to-day. Any ob- 
jection comes, probably, from the fact that it is an innovation, 
to which the inborn conservatism of the average man is always 



96 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

opposed. I should also expect a certain amount of opposition 
from officers whose mentality or physique is not of a standard 
to endnre the test of maneuvers. Such would naturally prefer 
to follow the line of least resistance, and perform, during an 
annual tour of duty, the stereotyped duties of the old-fashioned 
summer camps, where there is small chance of discomfort and 
practically no opportunity to make mistakes, be criticised or 
discredited. 

I have heard it said that maneuvers, with their incident dis- 
comforts, discourage recruiting. A sufficient answer to this is 
that men who will only serve at the old-fashioned camps are 
not of the type desired, and that the maneuvers serve an in- 
valuable purpose in weeding them out. 

Maneuvers present constant opportunities for individual ini- 
tiative, quick wit and common sense, which are bound to appeal 
to the man of the type desired in the national guard. In my 
opinion, maneuvers similar to the ones just completed furnish 
the only proper means of summer training, provided that there 
are three or four days available for company, battalion and regi- 
mental training, and that there is sufficient ground for this pur- 
pose. The time for such training was available in the Red 
Brigade this summer, but we did not have the ground. 

The single organization camps have been given as thorough 
a test in the past as one could wish. I have never seen the 
talked-of discipline, which was expected, realized, and there is 
no practical training in field service worthy of the name. 

In my opinion, maneuvers have come to stay. It is no longer 
a question for discussion. The federal government appropriates 
a fair sum for the training of the militia, and the State pro- 
vides a generous amount to promote its efficiency. Both federal 
and State governments are going to demand a proper return for 
their money. Under these conditions, a continuance of the old 
system, in whole or in part, is impossible. If we are going to 
be soldiers, we have got to get out and play the game. 

Very respectfully, 

WILLIAM A. PEW, Jr., 

Brigadier General. 



1912.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 97 



REPORT OF THE NAVAL BUREAU. 



Office of the Naval Bureau, State House, 
Boston, Mass., December 15, 1911. 

The Adjutant General, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 

Sir : — In accordance with law the Chief of Bureau reports 
as follows on the work for the past fiscal year : — 

The recommended changes in legislation contained in the 
report of 1910 were passed by the Legislature, the Engineer 
Divisions being increased to 80 men each and a commissary 
branch of 12 being added to the headquarters of the Naval Bri- 
gade. This change has produced increased efficiency. 

The U. S. S. " Chicago " is still in use as an armory for the 
Boston divisions and as a training vessel on the tour of duty. 
This vessel has been found most efficient for this service. The 
Bureau understands that the Navy Department has in contem- 
plation the assigning of a battleship for such duty, but is of the 
opinion that the U. S. S. " Chicago " should be retained, if pos- 
sible, for one more year. 

The IT. S. S. "Bodgers" was placed in commission at the 
Navy Yard last spring, for use as a cruising vessel. Although 
a torpedo boat is a difficult type of vessel to manage and admin- 
ister, it is the only type available at the present time. The 
Bureau is strongly of the opinion that some form of mobile 
craft should be maintained to give junior officers experience 
in handling vessels, as a preparation for the handling of larger 
vessels on tours of duty. 

The most important need of the brigade at the present time 
is a water-front armory and boathouse in Boston. At the pres- 
ent time the Boston divisions are quartered partly on the 
U. S. S. " Chicago " and partly at the East Armory. The quar- 
ters at the East Armory are inadequate and too far removed 
from the ship. The storerooms on the ship are inadequate for 
the storing of all property, making it necessary to have the two 



98 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

locations. No proper provision is now made for the storage 
of small boats. The Bureau very strongly recommends that an 
armory be. provided on the water front, in order that the com- 
mand might be properly housed in one place, with ample accom- 
modations for the companies and with an opportunity to haul 
out and store small boats. It would be possible at such an 
armory to have the U. S. S. " Rodger s " lie at the dock, where 
supervision would be easier than at present, with the vessel at 
the Navy Yard. The Bureau has suggested to you an available 
lot of land near the Navy Yard, and urgently recommends that 
this matter be given your early attention. 

Boathouses for the storage of small boats should be provided 
at Fall River, New Bedford and Lynn. 

Relations to Navy Department. 

The Naval Militia Bureau in the Navy Department has con- 
tinued its effective work for the benefit of the Naval Militia, and 
has provided and issued regulations and instructions for the 
promotion of uniform and regular procedure. The Naval Mili- 
tia has benefited greatly by the efficient management of this 
office in the Navy Department. 

The Navy Department has maintained the U. S. S. " Chi- 
cago " " in commission in reserve," with a crew of 1 officer and 
40 men, and is bearing the entire expense of that vessel, with 
the exception of about a half dozen men needed for the effective 
use of the vessel by the Naval Militia. 

All coal for the TJ. S. S. " Rodgers " and steam cutters, and 
the pay and subsistence of six navy enlisted men on the TJ. S. S. 
" Rodgers," is paid by the Navy Department. All repairs and 
maintenance of cutters is now paid by the Navy Department 
from bureau appropriations, and not charged to the appropria- 
tion for arming and equipping the Naval Militia. 

The Navy Department has installed in the armories at Fall 
River, Lynn, New Bedford and Springfield, 4-inch guns, com- 
plete with Morris tube outfit, and 4-inch loading machines. 
These are furnished as a loan, without expense to the State. 

Three new steam cutters have been obtained during the year, 
without expense to the State. 

The bill which is now before Congress to place the Naval 
Militia in the same relation to the Navy Department as the 
National Guard now bears to the War Department has received 



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99 



the full approval and endorsement of the Navy Department, 
and its passage is urged by the Secretary of the Navy in his 
annual report for this year. 

The statement of funds available at the Navy Department 
under the allotment to Massachusetts from the appropriation for 
" arming and equipping the Naval Militia/' is as follows : — 



Balance, December 1, 1910, . 
Allotted during the year, 
Allotted from reserve fund, . 
Credits, account of requisition No. 27, 

reserve fund, .... 
Credits, account requisitions closed, 



transferred to 



Total, 
Expended and charged, . 



Balance available December 1, 1911, . 



$3,535 83 

5,230 00 

19 44 

2,149 12 
721 51 

$11,655 90 
10,512 90 

$1,143 00 



The amount expended, as above, is divided as follows : — 

Clothing and equipment, . . . . . . $9,465 40 

Maintenance and repairs to cutters, .... 353 50 

Transferred to reserve fund, 694 00 



$10,512 90 



In addition to the above, the Navy Department has expended 
$3,445.63 from appropriations other than the Massachusetts al- 
lotment, as follows : — 



Allotted from reserve fund for specific accounts : - — 
Coal for steam cutters, requisition No. 45, 
Repairs to cutters, requisitions Nos. 70, 167, 
Maintenance of cutters, requisitions Nos. 4, 15, 

251, 

Clothing ($1,740 and $42), 

Allotted from Bureau appropriations for repairs to 

cutter and U. S. S. " Rodgers," .... 

Allotted from Bureau appropriations for coal for 

U. S. S. " Rodgers," 

Total, 



$300 


00 


628 47 


108 


50 


1,782 


00 


326 


66 


300 


00 



$3,445 63 



100 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



State Appropriation — United States Ships. 

The appropriation made by the Legislature for the care and 
maintenance of United States ships has been carefully and eco- 
nomically administered. The expenses are not as large as the 
estimates for the year, due to the fact that the U. S. S. " Rodg- 
ers " did not get into service until the middle of the summer, 
instead of in the early spring, as expected. 

The amounts expended are as follows : — 

$11,500 00 









Pay roll, 

Supplies, 

Incidentals, 


u. s. s. 

" Chicago." 

$4,126 15 

75 00 

395 56 


u. s. s. 

" Rodgers." 

$1,149 64 

3 50 

75 75 


Repairs, . 
Subsistence of crew, 


972 45 


4 00 
354 59 


Telephone, 

Wharf rent and repairs 

Old bills of 1910, . '. 


194 35 

1,785 00 

52 16 


425 23 




$7,600 67 


$2,012 71 




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$1,886 62 



Estimate of bills to be paid, . 



$350 00 



Commissary Department. 
Acting as Commissary General for the Naval Militia, the Chief 
of Bureau drew from the Treasurer of the Commonwealth an ad- 
vance of $3,200 for subsistence on the tour of duty. The report 
of the Chief of Bureau, showing the expenditure of all but 
$108.31 of this amount, has been filed in your office and with 
the State Auditor. The total cost per ration on the U. S. S. 
" Chicago " was about 33 cents, and the total cost per ration on 
the U. S. S. " Rodgers " was about 60 cents. This latter figure 
was reduced to about 53 cents on account of amounts received 
from officers and from the navy for the regular crew. The aver- 
age cost of rations for the entire brigade on both vessels was 
slightly under 35 cents. The difference between the cost of the 
ration for the entire brigade and the appropriated amount of 45 
cents per ration was distributed as required by law to the vari- 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 101 

ous companies. The amount so distributed was $710.72. The 
conduct of the commissary department on the U. S. S. " Chi- 
cago/' under Assistant Paymaster Frank P. Turner, is deserv- 
ing of the highest praise. He was tireless in the performance of 
his duty, and is a most conscientious and painstaking officer. 

The Bureau has furnished to the companies outside of Bos- 
ton a haversack ration, as provided in the Eegulations, sufficient 
to subsist the entire company for two days. A supply of pro- 
visions is maintained on the U. S. S. " Chicago " in Boston 
sufficient to subsist the Boston divisions for one day. The entire 
brigade is, therefore, now able, on sudden call, to maintain itself 
until the rations for its use can be assembled. 

Pay and Transportation. 

Acting as Paymaster General for the Naval Brigade, the 
Chief of Bureau drew from the Treasurer of the Commonwealth 
an advance of $16,800. Of this amount, $14,052.76 was ex- 
pended, the balance being returned to the Treasurer of the 
Commonwealth and an account made to your office and the 
State Auditor. Supplementary pay rolls have been received, 
amounting to $51.15 and $21.70, making the total amount for 
pay on the tour of duty $14,125.61. Pour hundred and seventy- 
nine men performed the tour of duty. 

Lieut. Milton I. Deane, paymaster of the Naval Brigade, is 
thoroughly efficient, and the details of the above expenditures 
were handled by him without delay and without friction. 

The orders for the tour of duty required that all transporta- 
tion of persons and baggage should be by "transportation re- 
quest s." Where companies moved together, the usual form of 
" transportation request " was issued, but no provision was made 
for extra details or for baggage. The Bureau desires to pro- 
test against the failure of the Quartermaster's Department to 
provide " transportation requests " of such a nature that they 
may be issued and used as provided and required in the Eegu- 
lations, and urgently recommends that this matter be given 
your early attention. 

Ordnance Department. 

The course for small arms qualifications used by the Naval 
Militia in 1909 and 1910 having been found unsatisfactory, the 
Naval Militia, during the past fiscal year, has returned to the 



102 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

course used by the National Guard, known as course C. The 
expected improvement due to this change has not resulted, 
however, the work for the past year being in many ways dis- 
appointing and unsatisfactory. Companies B and E have shown 
some improvement over last year, but companies G and H are 
not nearly as high in their figure of merit as should be expected 
from their past experience. 

A comparison of the scores made under record firing in the 
brigade match with those returned for qualification shows again, 
especially in companies A and B, that the men are not able to 
shoot for record anywhere near the class for which they are 
returned as qualified. Some method should be adopted through- 
out the State for qualifications which should, in some way, 
represent the man's ability to shoot when needed. 

In the Naval Brigade competition the victory and State 
trophy were won by Company I, Fall River. The scores of 
the various companies are as follows : — 

Score. 

Company I (State trophy), . 499 

Company F, , . 467 

Company H, 464 

Company G, 429 

Company B, 412 

Company A, . . . . . . 397 

Company E, . 308 

Company C, . 247 

These scores are most unsatisfactory, which is largely due, 
however, to poor guns, the guns now in use having been shot 
out, after constant practice during a period of ten years. As 
soon as funds are available for the purpose, especially if the 
new Naval Militia bill is passed by Congress, new rifles should 
be issued to the Naval Militia. 

One officer on the* retired list, Lieut. E. E. Baudoin, re- 
qualified as sharpshooter with the pistol, at his own expense. 

The full return of the qualification work for the year is 
attached to this report as a supplement. 

The allotment of $3,000 from the appropriation for small 
arms practice, which was made by you to cover the expenses of 
Naval Militia qualifications, has been expended as follows : — 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 103 

Allotment, $3,000 00 

Ammunition, $1,779 20 

Expense, 40 00 

Pay and mileage at brigade competitions, . 391 42 

2,210 62 



Balance, $789 38 

Estimate of bills to be paid : — - 

Pay and mileage at State shoot, . . $175 00 
Prizes, 400 00 

$575 00 



Inspections. 

Acting as Inspector General for the Naval Brigade, the Chief 
of Bureau and the other members of the Bureau have con- 
ducted the armory and tour of duty inspections of the Naval 
Brigade. Copies of the inspection reports have been forwarded 
to you, as required by the Eegulations, and copies or extracts 
furnished to the organizations inspected. 

The armory inspections developed a serious weakness in the 
First Engineer Division, due to poor administration. Since the 
election of Lieutenant Hermanson as chief of that division, its 
improvement has been marked, and he is entitled to praise for 
the increased efficiency of his command. 

The Chief of Bureau desires to make his report on the tour 
of duty, and to renew the recommendations contained therein. 

The work was generally excellent, and the target practice on 
the tour of duty most satisfactory. The brigade now has 16 
qualified gun pointers, of whom 7 made records which were 
better than four hits per minute. The Bureau understands that 
its recommendation that these 7 men be issued special merit 
medals has been approved by you, and believes that this action 
will lead to increased efficiency in competition. 

The tour of duty during the past summer was along new 
lines, only 80 per cent, of the force being permitted to attend, 
and the time being increased from eight days to fourteen days. 
The Bureau is of the opinion that a two weeks' tour of duty is 
essential in the Naval Militia, but believes that all who can 
attend should be permitted to do so. 

The opinions of the officers of the brigade, as expressed in 
response to your request in orders, have shown an almost unani- 



104 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

in ous belief on the part of the officers that the tour of duty as 
carried on during the past summer was the type which produces 
the greatest efficiency for the Naval Militia/ A few officers made 
scattering suggestions, but the majority in favor of the work 
as carried on was so great as to leave no doubt of the advisa- 
bility of pursuing the same course in the future. 

Miscellaneous. 

Owing to the slowness of the Navy Yard officials in getting 
the U. S. S. " Rodgers " into commission, and owing to an 
unfortunate freezing of one of the shafts of that vessel imme- 
diately following the tour of duty, it has been found impossible 
to have her make as many instruction trips as was expected. 
Only seven trips were made, and on these trips the returns show 
the presence of 24 officers and 103 men. An analysis of the 
officers present shows that 1 officer made seven trips, 2 officers 
made four trips each, and 9 officers made one trip each, or a 
total of 12 officers who made any trips. Steps should be taken 
to require out-of-town officers to make use of this vessel as 
much as possible. As the Bureau allows transportation to such 
officers, and subsistence while on board, there would appear to 
be no excuse for the failure of out-of-town officers to get the 
instruction possible on these trips. 

Seevice School. 

The third year of the Service School is now under way, the 
second year having been completed last spring, and the results 
published in orders. Recent General Orders provide for an 
Academic Board to supervise all schools, and the Naval Militia 
Service School, although still conducted by the Naval Bureau, 
will be brought under the general control of the Academic Board 
upon the completion of this year's course. Those officers who 
have passed the three years' course will be certified as theoreti- 
cally qualified in the professional requirements for a lieutenant, 
chief of company. The course has not covered law and regu- 
lations. 

A new course is being provided for enlisted men which will 
be a one year course, to be taken by a limited number of en- 
listed men who are candidates for commissions. Those who 
satisfactorily pass the course will be given certificates of pro- 
ficiency in the theoretical knowledge required of ensigns. The 



1912.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 105 

orders require that the Naval Bureau certify those who have 
passed to the Academic Board, through which the certificates 
will be issued. 

EECOMMENDATION'S. 

The large amount of work which is performed by the Bureau 
has now reached a state where the services of a clerk who shall 
give his entire time to the work of the Bureau is essential. Un- 
less such a clerk is provided it will be impossible for any officer 
to occupy the position of Chief of Bureau unless he has no 
business, or is so situated that he can take from his business 
a greater amount of time than is permitted to the ordinary 
man. Efficient officers are not easy to find, especially for the 
drudgery of administrative positions, and the Bureau believes 
that every assistance in the way of clerical help should be 
furnished by the Commonwealth in order that the work of the 
Chief of Bureau may be reduced as much as possible. The 
Chief of Bureau urgently recommends that a bill be presented 
to the Legislature and other steps taken to provide a clerk for 
the Bureau at the earliest possible moment. 

The same arguments which apply above apply, although in a 
less degree, to the headquarters and companies of the Naval 
Brigade, and, indeed, to all units of the militia. The Chief 
of Bureau believes that compensation or pay to the officer who 
is so overburdened by work that his business and family inter- 
ests suffer is not a means of solving the problem of how that 
officer may perform his work, but merely gives him a slight 
recompense which is entirely inadequate for the labors per- 
formed. If men of ability and efficiency are to be retained in 
the service, and the service is to benefit by their military efficiency 
and judgment, they should be relieved of all unnecessary work, 
or of all work which can be done by clerical assistants. The 
Chief of Bureau recommends to your earnest consideration 
the obtaining of the necessary legislation to provide all com- 
panies and headquarters with a clerk-stenographer. Such clerk- 
stenographers should give their entire time to the work of the 
company, taking as much of the detail as possible off the chief 
of company, and doing the thousand and one things that can 
be done by them under the supervision of the responsible officer. 
The Chief of Bureau believes that competent clerk-stenographers 
could be obtained for $900 for a company and $1,200 for a 
headquarters, and recommends the expenditure as the one best 



106 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

adapted to the relief of a situation which is constantly growing 
worse, and as an expense which the State can well afford to 
stand in return for the self-sacrificing work of many officers. 
If the furnishing of clerical assistants does not relieve the 
situation, pay to all officers may be the inevitable result, but the 
first steps should be taken toward reducing the work, in the hope 
that the results would prove that a volunteer militia is not an 
impossibility. 

JAMES P. PARKER, 
Chief of Naval Bureau. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Roster. 



MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEEB MILITIA. 

Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 

Brigadier Generals. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 

Commission. 



Emery, William B., 
White, James G., 
Pew, William A., Jr., 
Foster, Charles C, 
Rogers, William C, 
Pearson, Gardner W. 

Pierce, Frederick E., 



Quartermaster Gen 
Commissary Gen., 
Brigadier General, 
Surgeon General, 
Judge Adv. Gen., 
The Adj. Gen., Chief 

of Staff. 
Brigadier General, . 



Quartermaster's Dpt., 
Subsistence Dept., 
2d Brigade, 
Medical Corps, 
Judge Adv.Gen.Dept., 
Staff, Com.-in-Chief, 

1st Brigade, 



Jan. 5, 1905 

June 8, 1907 

Feb. 29, 1908 

Mar. 25, 1908 

Jan. 27, 1909 

Jan. 5, 1911 

Sept. 9, 1911 



Colonels. 



1 


Priest, George H., 


Colonel, 


6th Infantry, . 


Mar. 16, 1905 


2 


Hay den, Charles, 


Asst. Paymas. Gen., 


Pay Dept., 


Nov. 15, 1907 


3 


Sweetser, E. Leroy, 


Colonel, 


8th Infantry, . 


Mar. 6, 1908 


4 


Sullivan, John j., 


Colonel, 


9th Infantry, . 


Nov. 16, 1909 


5 


Cutting, Frank F., . 


Colonel, 


5th Infantry, . 


Feb. 15, 1910 


6 


Lombard, Walter E., . 


Colonel Chief of 
Coast Artiller3 r . 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


Mar. 17, 1910 


7 


Upton, Joshua D., ' 


Acting Chief Ordn., . 


Ordnance Dept., 


Apr. 25, 1910 


8 


Hayes, William C, 


Colonel, 


2d Infantry, 


Nov. 8, 1911 


9 


Smyth, James H., 


Inspector General, . 


Insp. Gen. Dept., 


Dec. 27, 1911 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



1 


Cook, Cyrus H., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


6th Infantry, . 


Mar. 


16, 1905 


2 


Glines, Edward, 


Dep. Qr. Mas. Gen., 


Quartermaster's Dpt., 


Nov. 


15, 1907 


3 


Benyon, George H., 


Inspector General, . 


Insp. Gen. Dept., 


Nov. 


19, 1907 


4 


Stevens, Jesse F., 


Inspector General, . 


Insp. Gen. Dept., 


Jan. 


1, 1908 


5 


Gray, Edwin R., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


2d Infantry, 


Apr. 


6, 1908 


6 


Graves, Frank A., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


8th Infantry, . 


May 


15, 1908 


7 


Stover, Willis W., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


5th Infantry, . 


June 


18, 1908 


8 


Joy, Franklin L., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


1st Corps Cadets, 


Apr. 


15, 1910 


9 


Simmons, William S., . 


Asst. Adjutant Gen., 


Adj. Gen. Dept., 


Dec. 


15, 1910 


10 


Ropes, Charles F., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


Jan. 


24, 1911 


11 


Dunn, John H., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


9th Infantry, . 


Feb. 


1, 1911 


12 


Quinby, George F., 


Lieutenant Colonel, 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


Feb. 


3, 1911 


13 


Brown, Harry L., 


Inspector General, . 


Insp. Gen. Dept., 


July 


10, 1911 



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275 



Majors. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 

Commission. 



Gates, Ernest A., 
Murray, George F. H., 
Voss, J. William, 
Jenkins, Thomas L., . 
Sweetser, Warren E., . 
Butler, Willard C., 
Meredith, Francis, Jr., 
Hart, Joseph S., 
Rider, Phineas L., 
Wyman, Albert L., 
Burroughs, George, 
Danforth, Norris O., . 
Casey, William J., 
Sargent, Charles F., 
Sanborn, Walter L., 
Cobb, Morton E., 
Chase, A. Preston, 
Smith, Walter A., 
Bell, Robert E„ . 
Portal, John M., 
Beckmann, Albert G., 
Emerson, William R. P., 
Canfield, George I., 
Wilcutt, Joseph N., 
Damon, Herbert W., . 
Harrison, Christopher, 
Hammond, Thomas J., 
Williams, Frank P., 
Perry, William H., 
Young, Stephen E., 
Atherton, Percy A., 
Hartung, Harry H., 
Butler, Patrick F., 
Fullerton, E. Dwight, . 
Jones, Frederick E., 
Cole, Charles H., 
Taylor, Franklin G., . 
Schmitz, Charles A., . 
Whitney, Orville J., 
Noyes, Curtis D., 
Blake, Arthur, . 
Walsh, Thomas L., 
Green, Robert E., 
Jenkins, Lawrence W., 
Logan, Edward L., 
Shedd, Benjamin B., . 
Hilliker, Charles T., . 
Robinson, Frederick R., 
Barrows, John S., 
Foote, Alfred F., 



Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Surgeon, 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Quartermaster, 

Quartermaster, 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Asst. Adjutant Gen. 

Asst. Adjutant Gen. 

Commissary, . 

Surgeon, 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Commissary, . 

Major, . 

Act. Chief of Eng., 

Major, . 

Surgeon, 

Major, . . • , 

Judge Advocate, 

Judge Advocate, 

Surgeon, 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Surgeon, 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Aid-de-Camp, 

Aid-de-Camp, 

Aid-de-Camp, 

Aid-de-Camp, 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Major, . 

Inspector Gen. 

Inspector Gen. 

Major, . 



Medical Corps, 
9th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Medical Corps, * . 
6th Infantry, . 
5th Infantry, . 
5th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
2d Infantry, 
Quar. Mas. Dept., 
Quar. Mas. Dept., 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
9th Infantry, . 
1st Batt. F. A., 
Adj. Gen. Dept., 
Adj. Gen. Dept., 
Subsistence Dept., 
Medical Corps, . . 
Medical Corps, 
Ordnance Dept., 
2d Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
8th Infantry, . 
Subsistence Dept., 
6th Infantry, . 
Corps of Engineers, . 
Ordnance Dept., 
Medical Corps, 
8th Infantry, . 
Judge Adv.Gen.Dept., 
Judge Adv.Gen.Dept., 
Medical Corps, 
Medical Corps, 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Medical Corps, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
6th Infantry, . 
1st Squad. Cav., 
5th Infantry, . 
Staff, Com.-in-Chief, 
Staff, Com.-in-Chief, 
Staff, Com.-in-Chief, 
Staff, Com.-in-Chief, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
9th Infantry, . 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
8th Infantry, . 
Insp. Gen. Dept., 
Insp. Gen. Dept., 
2d Infantry, 



Feb. 

Mar. 

June 

Sept. 

Apr. 

June 

Dec. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

June 

Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

May 

May 
May 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

June 

July 

Nov. 



15 

30 

5 

21 

30 

1 

11 

25 

15 

26 

26 

23 

21 

16 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

6 

10 

15 

23 

29 

24 

11 

8 

12 

23 

24 

1 

7 

17 

21 

15 

19 

21 

15 

5 

5 

5 

5 

24 

1 

3 

3 

27 

12 



, 1899 
, 1899 
, 1899 
, 1899 
, 1900 
, 1901 
, 1902 
, 1904 
, 1905 
, 1905 
, 1905 
, 1906 
, 1906 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1907 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1910 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 
, 1911 



Captains. 



1 


Whiting, Frederick M., 


Captain, 


11th Co., C. A. C, . 


Apr. 15, 1891 


2 


Barrett, Edwin G., 


Captain, 




Co. A, 2d Infantry, . 


Apr. 5, 1S94 


3 


Barry, John J., . 


Captain, 




Co. E, 9th Infantry, . 


June 13, 1899 


4 


Horton, George E., 


Captain, 




10th Co., C. A. C, . 


Aug. 18, 1899 


5 


Cully, James A., 


Captain, 




Co. I, 9th Infantry, . 


Dec. 18, 1899 


6 


Parker, Horace P., 


Paymaster, 




Pay Dept., 


Apr. 3, 1900 


7 


Kane, John P., . 


Paymaster, 




Pay Dept., 


Apr. 3, 1900 



276 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Captains — Continued. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Commission. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 



Edson, Archibald C, 
Barr, James C, . 
Williams, Abram C, 
Young, Harry C, 
McCarthy, Thomas, 
Dukelow, Charles T., 
Nicholson, John, 
McMahon, John H., 
McNulty, Philip, 
Bouve\ Walter L., 
Graham, Edward T., 
Perkins, Frank S., 
Dolan, William H., 
Donovan, Frank L., 
Wheeler, Edward W., 
Campbell, Harry B., 
Hickey, John J., 
Latimer, George T., 
Kittredge, Colby T., 
Gilson, Frank V., 
McDowell, Jeremiah J 
Warren, Herbert H., 
Greene, William J., 
Hunton, Lewis G., 
Nichols, John D., 
Stewart, Duncan M., 
Guilford, George F., 
Cook, Lawrence W., 
Bobbins, Charles H., 
Crowell, Alonzo K., 
Wise, Stuart W., 
Elliott, Frank S., 
Kyle, George A., 
Greig, James N., 
Gilman, John E., Jr., 
Peterson, Ralph B. f 
Smith, Ralph M., 
Osgood, George, 
Phelps, Asa L., . 
Fiske, Eustace L., 
Pond, William G., 
Doane, Harry L., 
Jones, George T., 
Murphy, William R., 
Tandy, Elon F.,. 
Allen, Fred. W., 
Smith, Joseph A., 
Blinn, Alfred M., 
Vaughn, Charles P., 
Salisbury, Charles A., 
Jeyes, Walter R., 
Lavalle, John, . . 
Jones, William C, 
Murphy, Daniel J., 
Flower, Harold H., 
Geisel, Theodor R., 
Wiley, Joseph E., 
Sullivan, George W., 
Bacon, Henry C, 
Gerlach, Conrad M., 
Potter, James T., 
Sherburne, John H., Jr 
Blake, John A. L., 



Paymaster, 

Paymaster, 

Assistant Surgeon, . 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Paymaster, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Adjutant, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Paymaster, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Commissary, 

Commissary, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Adjutant, 

Assistant Surgeon 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster, 

Captain. 

Paymaster, 

Paymaster, 

Paymaster, 

Battalion Adjutant, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Commissary, 

Captain, 

Adjutant, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 



Pay Dept., 
Pay Dept., 

Medical Corps, 
Co. H, 2d Infantry, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Pay Dept., 
Co. F, 2d Infantry, 
Co. A, 6th Infantry, 
Co. M, 9th Infantry, 
Co. K, 5th Infantry, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
6th Infantry, . 
Co. F., 9th Infantry, 
Batt. B, 1st F. A., . 
Co. F, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. B, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. H, 5th Infantry, . 
Pay Dept., 
Co. B, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. D, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. C, 2d Infantry, . 
Co. E, 8th Infantry, . 
6th Infantry, . 
5th Infantry, . 
Co. H, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. C, 5th Infantry, . 
Co. I, 5th Infantry, . 
Co. D, 5th Infantry, . 
9th Co., C. A. C, . 
Ordnance Dept., 
Co. G, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. B, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 6th Infantry, . 
Corps of Engineers, . 
Co. I, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. C, 8th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
9th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Co. M, 6th Infantry,. 
Co. E, 2d Infantry, . 
Co. A, 8th Regiment, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Quar. Mas. Dept., 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Pay Dept., 
Pay Dept., 
Pay Dept., 
1st Batt. F. A., 
Co. G, 6th Infantry, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Co. I, 8th Infantry, . 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 2d Infantry, . 
2d Infantry, 
Co. M ,8th Infantry,. 
Co. E, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 5th Infantry, . 
2d Co., C. A. C, 
Co. M, 2d Infantry, . 
Batt. A, 1st F. A., . 
Troop B, 1st Sq. Cav., 



Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

May 

June 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 
May 
May 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
June 
July 
July 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
July- 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



3, 1900 
3, 1900 

3, 1900 

16, 1900 
13, 1901 

17, 1901 

6, 1901 
24, 1902 

7, 1902 
26, 1903 

6, 1903 

22, 1903 

9, 1904 

12, 1904 

18, 1904 

7, 1904 
26, 1904 

11, 1904 
2, 1905 
7, 1905 

17, 1905 

23, 1905 
29, 1905 
26, 1905 
26, 1905 

9, 1905 
23, 1905 

13, 1905 

4, 1905 

12, 1906 
12, 1906 
12, 1906 
23, 1906 
23, 1906 

28, 1906 
26, 1906 

29, 1907 

15, 1907 

16, 1907 

17, 1907 

10, 1907 

20, 1907 

10, 1907 

5, 1907 
15, 1907 

18, 1907 
15, 1907 
15, 1907 
15, 1907 
15, 1907 

26, 1907 

11, 1908 

21, 1908 

19, 1908 
23, 1908 
25, 1908 

1, 1908 

5, 1908 

23, 1908 

27, 1908 
29, 1908 

22, 1908 
17, 1908 



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277 



Captains — Concluded. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Chase, Harry C, 
Wilson, William H., 
Holbrook, Marshall S., 
Moore, Harry C, 
Forster, Robert W., 
Dawson, Charles A., . 
Weir, James D., 
Penhallow, Dunlap P., 
Burrill, Perry L., 
Cunningham, Edw. A., 
Dickerman, Olin D., . 
Brigham, Arthur H., . 
Graham, J. Edward, . 
Redmond, Eugene T., . 
Perkins, Holton B., 
Roberts, George A., 
Bogan, Frederick L., . 
Swan, William L., 
Cox, Louis S., 
Caldwell, Jackson, 
Tolman, Henry, Jr., 
Wade, William W., . 
Woods, Frederick L., . 
Ripley, Harry P., 
Harrison, Frederick W., 
Conrad, William L., 
Randlett, Charles A., . 
Butement, William, 
Hunter, Harrie C, 
Payne, Arthur N., 
Kendall, Albert L., 
Tenney, William H., . 
McWeeny, Joseph T., 
Hickey, James F., 
Runey, Frank B., '. 

Connolly, Peter F., 
Tilden, Calvin S., 
Pryor, J. Holman, 
King, G. Morgan, 
Googins, Frank J., 
Gray, Albert C, 
Lyman, C. Frederic, . 
Peterson, George W., . 
Chase, Porter B., 
Cahill, Charles T., 
Cobey, Thomas J., 
Brown, Sidney E., 
Sullivan, Thomas F., . 
Hoyt, W. Everett, 
Martin, Harry C, 
Murphy, Thomas F., . 
Hunnewell, James M.,. 
Woodside, Alonzo F., . 
Atwood, Joshua, 3d, 
Hathaway, Josiah S., . 
Appleton, Charles B., . 
Wakefield, Harry C, . 
Davison, Eugene F., . 
Cushing, Henry S., 
MacDonald, Alexander, 
Holbrook, Marshall S., 
Sullivan, William H., . 
Southworth, Gilbert G., 



Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Captain, 

Commissary, . 

Captain, . ■ 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Adjutant, 

Captain, 

Commissary, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Assistant Surgeon, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Adjutant, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster 

Captain, 

Paymaster, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Quartermaster 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 

Captain, 



Signal Corps, . 
Co. A, 5th Infantry, . 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Co. M, 5th Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. H, 8th Infantry, •. 
Co. B, 5th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Medical Corps, 
8th Co., C. A. C, . 
2d Infantry, 
Co. G, 5th Infantry, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Co. K, 2d Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Troop C, IstSq.Cav., 
Batt. C. F. A., 
5th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
5th Infantry, . 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
8th Infantry, . 
12th Co., C. A. C, . 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. G, 2d Infantry, . 
6th Infantry, . 
Co. F., 6th Infantry,. 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. H, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 9th Infantry, . 
3d Co., C A. C, 
Co. L, 6th Infantry, . 
7th Co., C. A. C, . 
Troop D, 1st Sq. Cav., 
Co. E, 5th Infantry, 
8th Infantry, . 
Co. C, 6th Infantry, . 
1st Corps Cadets, 
8th Infantry, . 
Co. D, 8th Infantry, 
Co. F, 5th Infantry, . 
Co. D, 9th Infantry, . 
2d Corps Cadets, 
2d Infantry, 
Co. A, 9th Infantry, . 
Pay Dept., 
6th Co., C. A. C, . 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Quar. Mas. Dept., 
Troop A, 1st Sq. Cav., 
Co. B, 2d Infantry, . 
Ordnance Dept., 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Co. D, 2d Infantry, . 
1st Co., C. A. C, 
Co. C, 9th Infantry, . 
4th Co., C. A. C, . 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



24, 1908 

30, 1908 

24, 1908 
5, 1909 
8, 1909 

25, 1909 
22, 1909 

1, 1909 

24, 1909 

5, 1909 

26, 1909 
22, 1909 

6, 1909 

19, 1909 

14, 1909 

15, 1909 

7, 1910 
1, 1910 

14, 1910 

18, 1910 
21, 1910 

21, 1910 

25, 1910 

8, 1910 
12, 1910 

12, 1910 
5, 1910 

17, 1910 

31, 1910 
31, 1910 

1, 1910 

15, 1910 

28, 1910 
25, 1910 

13, 1910 
31, 1910 

16, 1910 

22, 1910 
12, 1910 
16, 1910 

23, 1910 

29, 1910 

11, 1911 

14, 1911 

15, 1911 

20, 1911 

2, 1911 
2, 1911 

19, 1911 

20, 1911 
23, 1911 

9, 1911 

12, 1911 

13, 1911 

24, 1911 

18, 1911 

14, 1911 
7, 1911 

16, 1911 
4, 1911 

11, 1911 

12, 1911 
18, 1911 



278 



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[Jan. 



First Lieutenants. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization . 



Date of 

Commission. 



Hall, John W., . 
Smith, Clarence E., 
Holt, Elden L., . 
Stearns, William B., 
Williams, John F. t 
Nichols, Delevan R„ 
Perkins, Harry S., 
Kendall, Frederic M., 
Smith, Nicholas J., 
Herbert, John F. J., 
Bruce, Philip B., 
Foley, Martin J., 
Stevenson, William, 
Little, John M. f Jr., 
Keville, William J., 
Lindh, Harris G., 
Ireland, Thomas A., 
Daniels, George H., 
Williams, Thomas F., 
Bullard, Frank A. D., 
Clogher, Ambrose, 
Galvin, Joseph P., 
Downes, George M., 
Smart, Michael F M 
Very, Nathaniel T., 
Lee, Christopher F., 
Dick, Ernest 0., 
Liicke, Frederick H., 
Ayer, Nathan F., 
Towle, Edwin D., 
Draper, Ernest W., 
Ireland, Frank F., 
Wilde, Samuel J., 
Doyle, Thomas W., 
Coburn, James F., 
Bailey, William T., 
Penney, George S., 
Ganaway, Francis J., 
Foley, Thomas F., 
Hale, Richard K., 
Cutter, Irving, T., 
Smith, S. Stewart, 
Coleman, Augustus P 
Dodge, Everett C, 
Brown, Thomas F., 
Ingoldsby, James J., 
Sawin, Lewis P., 
Faunce, Calvin B., Jr 
Nee, George H., 
Hood, Ralph D., 
Kane, Harry J., . 
Skinner, Harry A., 
Davis, John P., . 
Stevens, John L., 
Bragdon, J. Wallace, 
Simonds, Frederic P., 
Kean, Frederick C, 
Connolly, Edward J., 
Dawes, Fred B., 
Dunn, Charles E., 
Estey, Harold W., 



Squadron Adjutant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Corps Adjutant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adjutant 
Corps Adjutant, 
Battalion Adjutant 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adjutant 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Aid-de-Camp, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 



1st Squad. Cav., 
Co. H, 2d Infantry, 
Co. F, 6th Infantry, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Co. F, 5th Infantry, 
2d Infantry, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
6th Infantry, . 
Batt. B, 1st F. A., 
Batt. B, 1st F. A., 
Co. H, 5th Infantry, 
Co. F, 9th Infantry, 
Co. C, 2d Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. E, 8th Infantry, 
Co. C, 8th Infantry, 
Co. H, 6th Infantry, 
Co. C, 5th Infantry, 
Co. I, 5th Infantry, 
9th Co., C. A. C, 
Co. F, 2d Infantry, 
Co. E, 9th Infantry, 
6th Infantry, . 
Co. B, 9th Infantry, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Co. I, 9th Infantry, 
Batt. C, 1st F. A., 
Co. A, 2d Infantry, 
Co. C, 9th Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. J, 6th Infantry, 
Co. I, 6th Infantry, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Co. G, 6th Infantry, 
Co. D, 6th Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. M, 8th Infantry 
Co. E, 6th Infantry, 
Co. G, 9th Infantry, 
Batt. A, 1st F. A., 
Medical Corps, 
Signal Corps, . 
Co. A, 5th Infantry, 
Signal Corps, . 
Co. A, 8th Infantry, 
Co. H, 8th Infantry, 
Co. B, 8th Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. F, 8th Infantry, 
8th Co., C. A. C, 
12th Co., C. A. C, 
Co. K, 6th Infantry, 
Co. B, 5th Infantry, 
2d Brigade, 
Ordnance Dept., 
Co. G, 5th Infantry, 
Co. A, 6th Infantry, 
Co. M, 5th Infantry, 
Co. M, 2d Infantry, 
1st Corps Cadets, 



Jan. 7 

May 16 

Aug. 7 

Nov. 21 

Mar. 31 

Apr. 16 

Nov. 6 

May 16 

May 18 

May 18 

Oct. 24 

Dec. 6 

May 23 

May 24 

May 29 

June 6 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 23 

Nov. 13, 

Feb. 12 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

May 20 

June 6 

June 10 

June 24 

Nov. 15 

Dec. 26 

Feb. 24 

Apr. 10, 

June 1 

June 5 

Sept. 28 

Oct. 22 

Nov. 23 

Nov. 24 

Nov. 30 

Jan. 4 

Jan. 6 

Mar. 15 

Apr. 5 

May 14 

May 17 

May 25 

May 26 

June 22 

July 2 

July 7 

July 16 

Sept. 20 

Nov. 6 

Nov. 22 

Dec. 2 

Dec. 6 

Dec. 14 



Supernumerary. 



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First Lieutenants — Concluded. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Smith, Walter A., 
Davidson, Earle E., 
Redmond, Ernest R., . 
Bigelow, Edward B., . 
Holmes, Joseph C, 
Parker, John E., 
Keenan, George F M 
Smith, Alfred C, 
George, Elmer E., 
Squier, Grover C., 
Hodges, Gilbert, Jr., . 
Foss, Leon F., . 
Campbell, H. Douglas, 
Parker, Maurice W., . 
Chamberlain, Julian I., 
Gilbert, Walter J., 
Cliff e, Sydney H., 
Mixter, William J., 
Goding, Ernest G., 
Lincoln, Ernest E., 
Crowley, Henry D., 
Jacobs, Joseph C, 
Densmore, Edgar R., . 
Soule, Harry W., 
Lockhart, James P., 
Stilwell, Tom K. P., . 
Dunn, John A., . 
Healy, Jeremiah J., 
Raymond, Edward W., 
Lawrence, Charles H.,. 
Nevers, Harry H., 
Drury, Adelbert N., . 
Edson, Charles H., 
Patten, Harold J., 
Buxton, Arthur W., 
Perkins, Ralph G., 
Osborn, John F., 
Magee, Robert M„ 
Ayers, Harold W., 
Gooding, Earle W M 
Woodworth, John D. R. 
Leyden, Herbert S. M., 
Grant, Bertie E., 
Blake, Benjamin S., 
Taylor, James R., 
Johnson, Arthur E., 
Swaim, Roger D., 
Montgomery, William, 
Bartlett, Joseph W., 
Maguire, Hugh J., 
Pratt, Walter M., 
Christian, Daniel E., . 
Cann, William W., 
Osborne, Louis P. P., . 
Kenny, John, 
Loomis, James L., 
O'Kane, Francis J., 
Anderson, Robert H., . 
Howe, Thorndike D., . 
Quinby, Frank H., 
Root, Harry E., 



1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lt.Aide-de-Camp, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adj., 
Battalion Adj., 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adj., 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
Battalion Adj., 
Battalion Adj., 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 
1st Lieutenant, 



Organization. 



Co. K, 2d Infantry, . 
1st Brigade, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
Medical Corps, 
Co. L, 6th Infantry, . 
Co. G, 8th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Medical Corps, 
5th Infantry, . 
Co. I, 2d Infantry, . 
Troop C, 1st Sq. Cav., 
1st Corps Cadets, 
8th Infantry, . 
6th Infantry, . 
5th Infantry, . 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
2d Infantry, 
Medical Corps, 
5th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 5th Infantry, . 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 5th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. G, 2d Infantry, . 
Co. I, 8th Infantry, . 
Co. H, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 9th Infantry, . 
2d Co., C. A. C, 
Coast Artillery Corps, 
Medical Corps, 
Troop D, 1st Sq. Cav., 
10th Co., C. A. C, . 
Co. C, 6th Infantry, . 
7th Co., C. A. C; . 
8th Infantry, . 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Co. E, 5th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Co. D, 5th Infantry, . 
Medical Corps, 
Co. D, 9th Infantry, . 
5th Co., C. A. C, . 
Troop B, 1st Sq. Cav., 
2d Corps Cadets, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
Batt. A, 1st F. A., . 
6th Co., C. A. C, . 
1st Corps Cadets, 
9th Infantry, . 
8th Infantry, . 
Co. M, 9th Infantry, 
Co. D, 8th Infantry, . 
2d Corps Cadets, 
Troop A, 1st Sq. Cav., 
Co. B, 2d Infantry, . 
Co. A, 9th Infantry, . 
Co. E, 2d Infantry, . 
Batt. C, 1st F. A., . 
4th Co., C. A. C, 
Co. D, 2d Infantry, . 



Date of 
Commission. 



Dec. 15 
Feb. 16 
Feb. 18 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 5 
Mar. 29 
Apr. 12 
Apr. 14 
Apr. 18 
May 4 
May 10 
May 11 
June 3 
June 20 
June 20 
June 30 
July 8 
July 9 
July 11 
July 16 
July 22 
July 25 
Sept. 13 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 17 
Nov. 14 
Nov. 16 
Nov. 22 
Dec. 16 
Jan. 2 
Jan. 11 
Jan. 16 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 15 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
May 19 
May 19 
May 25 
June 12 
June 13 
June 20 
June 29 
July 7 
July 10 
July 11 
July 18 
Aug. 14 
Sept. 12 
Sept. 25 
Nov. 13 
Dec. 1 
Dec. 4 



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[Jan. 



Second Lieutenants. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Commission. 



O'Brien, William, 
Cookson, Walter J., 
McCallum, Lewis M 
Faber, George, . 
Ford, William L., 
Coulter, George S., 
Holbrook, George S., 
Warren, Walter E., 
Berry, Bernard M., 
Murray, Archie F., 
Skerrett, Nicholas J. 
Clapp, Eugene H., 
Trombly, Arthur P., 
Crockett, Elbert M., 
Manks, George H., 
Canty, Daniel J., 
Ball, Philip H., . 
Hopkins, Edwin G., 
Mahoney, John W., 
Goldstein, Alexander L 
Wiggle3worth, Norton, 
Irving, Frederick, 
Kelley, Herbert N., 
Whittier, Fred. H., 
Hill, Herbert C, 
McDowell, Joseph H 
Connolly, James B., 
Belcher, Alfred, . 
Mobbs, William H., 
Rogers, Fred H., 
Smith, Daniel C, 
Hosmer, George W., 
Bement, Edward D., 
Decrow, John W., . 
Morgan, William B., 
Lowell, Payson T., 
Arnold, E. Everett, 
Chandler, Charles F., 
Prendiville, Patrick J 
Comerais, Henry D., 
Winslow, Henry J., 
Bauer, Frederic G., 
Estabrook, Fred E., 
Dougan, Harry J., 
Wheelock, Henry H., 
Smith, Mark E., 
Ripley, Sheldon N., 
Berg, C. David, . 
Leahy, George F., 
Baker, Richard H., 
Calder, William E., 
Kennedy, George H., 
Parker, Harry S., 
Morse, Cleveland, 
Rugg, Harry M., 
Flaherty, Lawrence J 
Needham, Frederick J 
Baum, Horace J., 
Swift, John T., . 
Reardon, Frank J., 
Reed, Augustus S., 
Powers, James J., 



2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

Corps Q.M. and Com. 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com.,. 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 

2d Lieutenant, 

2d Lieutenant, 

Btl. Q.M. and Com., 



2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 
2dL 



eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 
eutenant, 



Co. M, 2d Infantry, 
Batt. B, 1st F. A., 
Co. C, 2d Infantry, 
6th Infantry, . 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. C, 5th Infantry, 
Co. I, 5th Infantry, 
Co. F, 2d Infantry, 
Co. B, 8th Infantry, 
Co. A, 2d Infantry, 
1st Batt. F. A., 
1st Corps Cadets, 
Batt. B, 1st F. A., 
Co. M, 6th Infantry 
Co. B, 9th Infantry, 
Co. E, 9th Infantry, 
Co. L, 2d Infantry, 
9th Co., C. A. C, 
Co. F, 9th Infantry, 
11th Co., C. A C, 
Batt. A, 1st F. A., 
Co. A, 5th Infantry, 
2d Infantry, 
Co. F, 8th Infantry, 
2d Infantry, 
Co. D, 6th Infantry, 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. H, 6th Infantry, 
Co. G, 5th Infantry, 
Co. A, 6th Infantry, 
Co. L, 8th Infantry, 
Co. K, 2d Infantry, 
Co. E, 6th Infantry, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
2d Corps Cadets, 
5th Infantry, . 
5th Infantry, . 
Co. L, 6th Infantry, 
Co. G, 9th Infantry, 
Co. H, 5th Infantry, 
1st Corps Cadets, 
8th Infantry, 
Co. M, 8th Infantry 
Co. A, 8th Infantry, 
6th Infantry, . 
Co. B, 5th Infantry, 
Co. K, 5th Infantry, 
Co. L, 5th Infantry, 
Co. I, 9th Infantry, 
9th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 8th Infantry, 
Co. G, 2d Infantry, 
5th Infantry, . 
Co. K, 2d Infantry, 
2d Co., C. A. C, 
Co. H, 9th Infantry, 
Co. H, 8th Infantry, 
8th Co., C. A. C, 
12th Co., C. A. C, 
Co. I, 2d Infantry, 
10th Co., C. A. C„ 
Co. C, 6th Infantry, 



Aug. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

May 

May 

May 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



1912.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



281 





Second Lieutenants — 


Concluded. 








NAME. 


Company or Title. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Commission. 


63 


Andrews, Sumner C, . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. G, 8th Infantry, . 


Jan. 


13, 1911 


64 


Cottam, William D., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


7th Co., C. A. C, 


Jan. 


16, 1911 


65 


Chase, Arthur A., 


2d Lieutenant, 


3d Co., C. A. C, 


Jan. 


18, 1911 


66 


Ferguson, Charles H., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Troop D, 1st Sq.Cav., 


Jan. 


20, 1911 


67 


McDade, James H., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. E, 8th Infantry, . 


Jan. 


23, 1911 


68 


Rotch, Charles M M 


2d Lieutenant, 


1st Corps Cadets, 


Feb. 


14, 1911 


69 


Tidd, John H., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. E, 5th Infantry, . 


Feb. 


15, 1911 


70 


Caldwell, William J., . 


Btl. Q.M. and Com., 


8th Infantry, . 


Feb. 


15, 1911 


71 


Durpee, C. Frank, 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. K, 6th Infantry, . 


Feb. 


17, 1911 


72 


Campbell, Charles F., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. G, 6th Infantry, . 


Mar. 


16, 1911 


73 


Holt, Frank L., . 


Btl. Q.M. and Com., 


1st Squad. Cav., 


Apr. 


2, 1911 


74 


Carr, Andrew J., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. D, 5th Infantry, . 


Apr. 


17, 1911 


75 


Benton, Joseph S., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. D, 9th Infantry, . 


May 


2, 1911 


76 


Morse, George G., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. F, 5th Infantry, . 


May 


2, 1911 


77 


Pendleton, Clarence A., 


2d Lieutenant, 


5th Co., C. A. C, 


May 


8, 1911 


78 


Lovering, Joseph S., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Troop B, 1st Sq.Cav., 


May 


9, 1911 


79 


Johnson, Clyde W,, 


2d Lieutenant, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


May 


19, 1911 


80 


O'Keefe, John A., 


2d Lieutenant, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


May 


19, 1911 


81 


Goodwin, Robert E., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Batt. A, 1st F. A., . 


May 


25, 1911 


82 


Post, Peter J., . 


Btl. Q.M. and Com., 


6th Infantry, . 


June 


8, 191.1 


83 


Luther, Benjamin S., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


1st Corps Cadets, 


June 


13, 1911 


84 


Brown, Arthur G., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. H, 2d Infantry, . 


June 


16, 1911 


85 


Sawyer, George B., 


2d Lieutenant, 


6th Co., C. A. C, . 


June 


26, 1911 


86 


Hosmer, Aaron W., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. F, 6th Infantry, . 


July 


3, 1911 


87 


Hurney, Joseph H., 


2d Lieutenant, 


1st Co., C. A. C, . 


July 


5, 1911 


88 


Jeffers, Charles J., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. D, 8th Infantry, . 


July 


10, 1911 


89 


Beeker, Fay H., 


2d Lieutenant, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


July 


11, 1911 


90 


Stevens, Charles A., 


Btl. Q. M. and Com., 


8th Infantry, . 


July 


15, 1911 


91 


Newton, Leon W., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Troop A, 1st Sq. Cav., 


July 


18, 1911 


92 


Munyan, Benson G., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. B, 2d Infantry, . 


Sept. 


18, 1911 


93 


Crane, William N., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. E, 2d Infantry, . 


Oct. 


19, 1911 


94 


Drown, Frank S., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Troop C, 1st Sq. Cav., 


Nov. 


3, 1911 


95 


Buckley, Samuel, 


2d Lieutenant, 


Batt. C, 1st F. A., . 


Nov. 


13, 1911 


96 


McLane, George, Jr., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Batt. C, 1st F. A., . 


Nov. 


13, 1911 


97 


Weeden, Walter L., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


Nov. 


27, 1911 


98 


King, Robert P., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. D, 2d Infantry, . 


Dec. 


4, 1911 


99 


Nelson, Freeman L., . 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. C, 8th Infantry, . 


Dec. 


5, 1911 


100 


Wastcot, Richard, 


2d Lieutenant, 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


Dec. 


11, 1911 


101 


Keevenaar, William J., 


2d Lieutenant, 


Co. C, 9th Infantry, . 


Dec. 


12, 1911 



Veterinarians. 



Fuller, Geo. S., . 
May, Arthur W., 



Veterinarian, 
Veterinarian, 



1st Batt. F. A., 
1st Squad. Cav. 



Jan. 
Apr. 



10, 1908 
13, 1908 



Chaplains. 



1 


Bartow, Howard K., . 


Chaplain, 


8th Infantry, . 


July 22, 1904 


2 


Sargent, George W., . 


Chaplain, 


Coast Artillery Corps, 


Apr. 19, 1906 


3 


Dusseault, William F., 


Chaplain, . - 


6th Infantry, . 


Mar. 20, 1907 


4 


Dankin, Walter S., 


Chaplain, 


2d Infantry, 


Feb. 19, 1909 


5 


O'Connor, Michael J., 


Chaplain, 


9th Infantry, . 


Apr. 21, 1911 



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[Jan. 



NAVAL MILITIA. 



Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 

Captains. 



Lewis, William A., 
Eldridge, David G., 
Armstrong, Thomas R., 
Nelson, John T., . 



Lieut. Comdr., 
Surgeon, 
Lieut. Comdr., 
Lieut. Comdr., 



Naval Brigade, 
Naval Brigade, 
Naval Brigade, 
Naval Brigade, 





NAME. 


Company or Title. 


Organization. 


Date of 
Commission. 


1 

2 


Goodridge, Daniel M., . 
Blood, John Balch, 


Capt. Chief Nav. Brig., . 
Capt. Chief Nav. Bur., . 


Naval Brigade, . 
Naval Bureau, . 


July 5. 1910 
Dec. 19, 1911 




» 


Commanders. 




1 


Edgar, William B., 


Commander, . 


Naval Bureau, . 


Mar. 15, 1907 






Lieutenant Commanders. 





Dec. 16, 1907 

Mar. 7, 1908 

July 5, 1910 

July 5, 1910 



Lieutenants. 



Blair, Orland R., . 
Deane, Milton I., 
Bowie, Harold S., 
Robinson, Frederick G. 
Wilcox, Miner W., 
Pray, Dudley M., 
Peirce, Bradford H., 
Tinker, Clifford A., 
Baker, Albert H., 
Turner, Frank P., 
Knowlton, Leslie D., 
Nowell, Joseph C, 
McEwen, William H., 
Hermanson, Theodore H 
Butler, George E., 
Copeland, Howard G., 



Assistant Surgeon, 
Paymaster, . 
Chief, Co. G, 
Chief, Co. A, 
Chief, Co. I, 
Chief, Co. B, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Chief, Co. H, 
2d Engineer Division, 
Assistant Paymaster, 
Adjutant, 
Chief, Co. F, 
Equipment officer, 
1st Engineer Division, 
Assistant Surgeon, 
Chief, Co. C, 



Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 



Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 



June 

Dec. 

May 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

May 

July 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

July 

July 



26, 1905 

4, 1905 
9, 1906 

10, 1906 
13, 1907 
8, 1908 
16, 1908 
12, 1909 
18, 1910 

20, 1910 
22, 1911 
10, 1911 
10, 1911 

21, 1911 

5, 1911 
5, 1911 



Lieutenants, Junior Grade. 



1 


MacDonald, Charles A., 


Co. I 


Naval Brigade, . 


Mar. 13, 1907 


2 


Keith, Edwin W., 


Co. A 


Naval Brigade, . 


Dec. 30, 1908 


3 


Wright, Alfred T., 


Co. H, «... 


Naval Brigade, . 


Aug. 12, 1909 


4 


Decatur, Stephen, Jr., . 


Co. E 


Naval Brigade, . 


Feb. 3, 1910 


5 


Jones, Wallace St. C, . 


2d Engineer Division, 


Naval Brigade, . 


May 18, 1910 


6 


Flannery, Joseph W., . 


Co. F 


Naval Brigade, . 


May 15, 1911 


7 


Ledwith, Arthur G., 


Co. C, ... 


Naval Brigade, . 


Oct. 4, 1911 


8 


Tower, Arthur C, 


1st Engineer Division, . 


Naval Brigade, . 


Dec. 6, 1911 



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283 



Ensigns. 



NAME. 



Company or Title. 



Organization. 



Date of 
Commission. 



1 Marks, John H., . 

2 Parent, Homer J., 

3 Bartlett, Henry H M 

4 Ford, Fred W M . 

5 Grandfield, John A., 

6 Call, Albert E., . 

7 Shaw, Howard R., 
Flannigan, Ernest J., 
Hogan, Edward J., 



Co. A, 

Co. G, 

2d Engineer Division, 

Co. E, 

Co. I, . 

Co. H, 

Co. B, . 

Co. C, . 

1st Engineer Division, 



Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 
Naval 



Brigade, 
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Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 
Brigade, 



Mar. 

June 

May 

May 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Dec. 



21, 1906 
9, 1909 

18, 1910 

26, 1910 
1, 1910 
1, 1910 

29, 1911 
4, 1911 
6, 1911 



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287 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men Other than by Expiration of Term 

of Service. 



Organization. 


By Order. 


Pro- 
motion. 


To Enlist in 

U.S. 

Service. 


Totals. 


Quartermaster's Department, 


1 


1 


- 


2 


Coast Artillery Corps, . 




233 


8 


11 


252 


Second Regiment Infantry, 




191 


3 


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216 


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225 


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233 


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189 


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12 


209 


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236 


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10 


249 


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244 


4 


13 


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208 


6 


12 


226 


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32 


6 


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38 


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47 


1 


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48 


First Battalion Field Artillery, . 




82 


5 


5 


92 


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61 


7 


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68 


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64 


1 


3 


68 


Signal Corps, 




13 


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1,826 


54 


95 


1,975 



288 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Enrolled Militia of 1910, showing, by Counties, the Number of Persons 
between the Ages of Eighteen and Forty-five Years liable to Military 
Duty. 



COUNTIES. 


1911. 


COUNTIES. 


1911. 


Barnstable, 




3,014 


Middlesex, . 


114,820 


Berkshire, 








17,724 


Nantucket, . 


370 


Bristol, 








51,185 


Norfolk, 


27,974 


Dukes, 








454 


Plymouth, 


24,730 


Essex, 








79,181 


Suffolk, 


128,313 


Franklin, 








7,177 
29,439 


Worcester, . 
Total, . 


61,877 


Hampden, 


555,125 


Hampshire, 








8,867 







Organization of the National Guard. 



Adjutant General's Department. 


Signal Corps. 


Inspector General's Department. 


Coast Artillery Corps. 


Judge Advocate General's Department. 


2 Brigades of Infantry (comprising a 


Quartermaster's Department. 


total of 5 regiments). 


Subsistence Department. 


1 Squadron of Cavalry (comprising a 


Medical Department. 


total of 4 troops) . 


Pay Department. 


1 Battalion of Field Artillery (com- 


Ordnance Department. 


prising a total of 3 batteries). 


Corps of Engineers. 


2 Corps of Cadets. 



Organization of the Naval Militia. 



Naval Bureau. 

Naval Brigade (comprising 8 companies and 2 engineer divisions). 



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GOVERNOR AND STAFF. 



Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
His Excellency EUGENE N. FOSS, of Boston. 

The Adjutant General, Chief of Staff. 
Brig. Gen. GARDNER W. PEARSON, . . . .of Lowell. 

Assistant Adjutant General (Rank of Colonel). 
(Vacancy.) 



Aids-de-Camp (Rank of Major). 



CURTIS D. NOYES, 
ARTHUR BLAKE, 
THOMAS L. WALSH, 
ROBERT E. GREEN, 



of Boston, 
of Boston, 
of Clinton, 
of Brookline. 



Aids-de-Camp (detailed from the Line). 

Ma j. WILLIAM H. PERRY (Eighth Infantry), . . .of Swampscott. 

Capt. STUART W. WISE (Ordnance Department) , . . of Brookline. 

First Lieut. HERBERT P. WARD (Second Infantry), . of Springfield. 

First Lieut. NICHOLAS J. SMITH (Battery B, First Field 
Artillery, . . . . . . . . . .of Worcester. 

First Lieut. HENRY D. CROWLEY (Ninth Infantry), . of Dorchester. 

Second Lieut. JOSEPH W. BARTLETT (First Corps Cadets), of Newton. 



INDEX. 



Report of The Adjutant General, 
Report of the Inspector General, 
Report of the Judge Advocate General, 
Report of the Quartermaster General, 
Report of the Commissary General, . 
Report of the Surgeon General, 
Report of the Acting Paymaster General, 
Report of the Acting Chief of Ordnance, 
Report of the Board of Military Examiners, 
Report of the State Armory Commission, 
Report of the Acting Chief of Engineers, 
Report of the Service School, 
Report of the Acting Chief Signal Officer, 
Report of the Coast Artillery Corps, . 
Reports of Commanding Officers, 
Report of the Naval Bureau, 



3-18 
19-24 

25 
26-35 
36-48 
49-51 
52, 53 
54-63 

64 
65,66 
67, 68 
69-77 
78-82 
83-91 
92-96 
97-126 



Appendix : — 
Officers, M. V. M., retired, 
Officers, Naval, retired, 
Register, M. V. M., . 
Register, Naval Militia, 
Roster, M. V. M., . 
Roster, Naval Militia, 
Casualties (Officers), M. V. M., 
Commissions Vacant, 
Casualties (Enlisted Men), M. V. M., 
Enrolled Militia, 
Organization, National Guard, 
Organization, Naval Militia, 
Organization, M. V. M., . 
Locations of Headquarters and Armories, 
Governor and Staff, 1912, 



129-169 

169-172 

173-265 

265-273 

274-281 

282, 283 

284, 285 

286 

287 

288 

288 

288 

289 

290, 291 

292